A bomb threat was issued on the passenger plane that took off from Katowice, Poland, and arrived in Athens, the capital of Greece.
A bomb threat has been reported on Ryanair’s Boeing 737, which is on an excursion flight between Poland and Greece. The plane, which took off from Katowice in Poland, landed at Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport in Athens, the capital of Greece, escorted by F-16 warplanes after warning.
The Athens Police EOD teams searched the plane and the baggage in detail, but found nothing. It was reported that the plane, carrying about 190 passengers, would stay at the airport for a while.
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