The plane which flew in from the eastern Indonesian city of Ambon, was carrying 122 passengers.
Indonesian airline, Batik Air was forced to make an emergency landing in Indonesia's South Sulawesi province after air traffic control received a bomb threat.
According to Al Jazeera, the plane which flew in from the eastern Indonesian city of Ambon, was carrying 122 passengers.
J.A. Barata, a spokesman for Indonesia's transport ministry said the plane was examined by bomb experts upon landing, but no bomb was found.
Reports say an air traffic controller in Ambon had received a bomb threat via text message as the plane headed toward its intended destination of Jakarta.
Batik Air is part of Lion Group, which runs Indonesia's biggest low-cost carrier Lion Air.