Jacksonville International Airport is back to normal tonight - just more than 24 hours after a mass evacuation and cancelled flights - when a man told a T-S-A agent he had a bomb. Zeljko Causevic had his first appearance in front of a Duval County judge this afternoon. His bond was set at one-million dollars. He's charged with making a false report about planting a bomb or explosive, and manufactured possession, sale, delivery or mailing of a hoax bomb. Channel 4's Jim Piggott was at the airport and has more on operations returning to normal. 3 00-0631-4050-551:28- 1:39Piggott Time code. 10:10:10 Just take a look around here at JIA. A different story than it was last night.It's back to normal for the most part.Some people are trying to make up for missed connections but from officials here they say there was a lot to learn from all of this.Michael Stewart says this is the largest evacuation he's been involved with at JIA. Thousand of people were affected. As they had to leave the building. Flights canceled and diverted .. They are back to normal but there was much they learned from this Michael Stewart TIMECODE10:02:58 We will follow up with all the agencies involved The airlines and look at how we did in the situation and what areas we can improve on but at first blush it seemed everyone performed admirably our Crime safety experts ken Jefferson was at the airport last night and say that evacuation was key and he applauded the way it was handledKen Jefferson. Time code 53:14 The way they evacuated was very unique ..they had people sitting in a terminal waiting on a flight they evacuated them there versus sending everyone out on the front of the airport because you can have a lot of bottlenecking that could happen. The Nnixity level goes up people pushing each other, While PASSENGERS were delayed. And many missed flights. Airport staff say it was worth it..Stewart says safety is the priority.Michael Stewart TIMECODE 10:06:13 I don't think in a situation like this that you can overreact and people can be in harms way. Piggott 10:10:30 So there investigation at JIA is going to go on for awhile. They hope to put a lot of this into practice in case something like this should happen again.