"At 13:25 (12:25 GMT) the package was declared safe by emergency services”, the airport statement said, adding that the incident "was stood down".
Passengers were evacuated from part of Glasgow Airport following reports of a suspicious package, local media reported.
According to reports quoting the traffic police, the M8 exit slip road leading to the transport hub has also been closed off.
"Enquiries are ongoing to determine the content of the package", a spokesman for the airport said earlier in the day.
"Enquiries are ongoing to determine the content of the package and the aircraft has been cordoned off pending the outcome of the investigation. All other parts of the airport are fully operational.” 2/2 pic.twitter.com/R4UnVIUhju— Glasgow Airport (@GLA_Airport) October 4, 2019
Police, fire and rescue services, as well as ambulances promptly arrived at the scene.
UPDATE: Glasgow Airport say major emergency response follows concerns over a package on a KLM flight. Aircraft cordoned off. Part of terminal evacuated too. @BBCScotlandNews pic.twitter.com/bifGKHzVJl— Connor Gillies (@ConnorGillies) October 4, 2019
Glasgow International Airport, previously Abbotsinch Airport, is located in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.