A man was shot dead after he made an attempt to seize a gun from a soldier at Paris's second largest Orly airport.
The incident sparked evacuation and severe flight disruption and the passengers weren't allowed to disembark.
The attempt was made by the man at the "airport's south terminal after targeting a counter-terror patrol."
Paris is on high-alert post the incident.
Orly airport shooting: Terror-alert after man gets shot
18 Mar 2017
Orly comes to a standstill
The police authorities evacuated the airport and the security operations to look for more accomplices continued.
France's national police requested the people to not cross the security perimeter.
Bomb squads and armed police were in place checking for explosives.
An announcement was posted on the Paris airports authority website advising passengers not to fly to Orly, with delays and stoppages expected.
19 Mar 2017
France launches investigation over Orly attack
French authorities have begun anti-terror investigations into the attack at Orly airport, in which officers eventually killed the gunman.
The gunman was identified as Ziyed Ben Belgacem and reportedly threatened a security guard with a gun. He had a criminal history and was allegedly radicalized in prison.
However authorities said they could not find any trace of Islamist sympathies in his house.
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20 Mar 2017
Orly Airport attacker had consumed drugs, alcohol
Ziyed Ben Belgacem, who had earlier been convicted for armed robbery and more, had held a soldier at gunpoint and declared he was "here to die for Allah".
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