A Korean Air passenger jet landed safely after a bomb threat was called into the airline, forcing the plane to make an emergency landed. The Boeing 777 was accompanied by two F-15 fighter jets to Vancouver Island in British Columbia late Tuesday afternoon. Korean Air received the bomb threat at its Los Angeles call center. The call came in 25 minutes after the flight took off from Vancouver International Airport. Comox, the airport where the plane landed safely, is 70 miles from Vancouver. Authorities and airline officials have yet to decide if they will continue the flight.