Bulgarian government’s plane to transport Bulgarians in Timisoara, abandoned by Ryanair

Photo: www.mtitc.government.bg

At the orders of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, the government plane Airbus 319 will make an extraordinary flight to Timisoara Airport in order to transport to Sofia a group of Bulgarian citizens stranded there.

The passengers remained in Romania after a plane of the low-cost airline company Ryanair was diverted from its London-Plovdiv route to the Romanian city's airport yesterday evening.

The group includes 160-180 people, including a pregnant woman in the 8th month. Some of the Bulgarians have already left for Bulgaria by bus, it was reported.

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