On Nov. 30, 2017, a Turkish Airlines moody carrying 107 passengers was forced to land in Khartoum due to a explosve threat.
The Boeing 737 was in moody from Nairobi streamer to Cairo when a British newcomer perceived a explosve hazard in an email as a aircraft flew into Sudanese airspace, according to a Civil Aviation Authority.
The newcomer is being questioned along with a commander of a aircraft. The craft was removed in a remote area, though Khartoum International Airport was not sealed down while explosve experts scoured over a plane.
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