The plane after the detention has been tested, on Board was not discovered any prohibited items.
The plane of the Greek airline violated the airspace of Moldova / photo facebook.com/Official.Bluebird.Airways
Passenger plane Boeing 737 of the Greek airline Bluebird Airways without permission entered on Thursday in the Moldovan air space and landed at the International airport of Chisinau.
It is reported TASS with reference to the press-Secretary of Border police of Moldova Raisa Nowitzki.
“The ship is detained. On site working staff of the border police, Prosecutor’s office and the civil aviation authority. Pilots being interrogated” she said, adding that aboard the plane was at least two people.
Other details in the Border police promised to make after clarification of all circumstances of the incident.
“Such a situation is provided for in the laws, and we will be guided by them. I can’t reveal many details, as our experts and representatives of other agencies working at the scene. If we have information that can inform the press, we will do this through official sources”, – said the Moldovan edition Deschide head of the Border police of the country Fredolin Doctor.
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According to sources Publika, on Board the Boeing were a crew consisting of two pilots of Irish descent, as well as three passengers – two Greek and one American, reports RBC.
“The whole “team” took off from Bucharest on a test drive. The reason is that the American businessman who is on Board, plans to buy the aircraft from the seller, which is also located onboard the aircraft,” – says the publication.
According to Publika, the plane has asked Moldova the permission to fly over the airspace of the country and to make a landing at the airport of Chisinau, but they were refused for lack of required documents. The pilots decided to carry out a flight. The media said that the plane after the detention has been tested, on Board was not discovered any prohibited items.
Local laws for violation of rules of flights in the airspace of Moldova and the intersection of this space without permit establishes a penalty of us $1.8-3.2 thousand or a penalty of deprivation of liberty for a term up to two years.
UNIAN reported earlier that the airport of Tirana the capital of Albania, armed criminals stole several million euros from the Austrian Airlines plane, which was supposed to fly to Vienna.