Flights resume in Danish airport after threats against Turkish planes

Flights resume in Danish airport after threats against Turkish planes

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Flights resume in Danish airport after threats against Turkish planes

Atlasglobal said flight out of Copenhagen resume after Danish athorities at Copenhagen airport said they closed nine gates on Nov. 13 after being informed by police of a threat against all of Turkish airline Atlasglobal's European planes..

Atlasglobal, in a written statement, said "there were no complications" upon the investigation they held on Nov. 13.

Copenhagen police had said they investigating a suspicious incident at the airport.

A Copenhagen Airports spokesman said one airplane was prevented from taking off back by police while the situation was being investigated.


 

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