[Updated at 5:25 p.m.] An all-clear was given early Friday for Delta Flight 70 from Amsterdam, Netherlands, to Mumbai, India, after a full emergency had been declared due to an unidentified object in plane's cargo hold, according to a Mumbai airport spokesman.
[Updated at 3:40 p.m.] Delta has said the plane is an Airbus A330 and it was carrying 235 passengers and 12 crew members. The flight originated at New York's John F. Kennedy International airport before stopping in Amsterdam.
A spokesman for India's Central Industrial Security Force had put the number at 247 people earlier.
[Updated at 3:25 p.m.] The plane has landed in Mumbai, and the cargo is being inspected by bomb squads, said Rohit Katiyar, a spokesman for India's Central Industrial Security Force.
He said everyone has been taken off the plane, putting their number at 247.
Delta Airlines said it had "requested a precautionary rescreening" of the cargo shipment.
"We are cooperating with the authorities in their assessment," Delta's Susan Elliott said.
[Posted at 2:39 p.m.] A "full emergency" was declared Thursday on Delta Flight 70 from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to Mumbai, India, "due to an unidentified object on pallet in cargo hold," a Mumbai airport spokesman said.
There are 244 people aboard the plane, Manish Kalghatgi told CNN.
- CNN's Harmeet Shah Singh and David Ariosto contributed to this report.