Turkish plane was forced to land in Bulgaria due to bad weather
ISTANBULA Turkish plane en route to Istanbul's Sabiha Gökçen Airport has made a forced landing in Bulgaria due to poor weather conditions.
The twin-engine aircraft was reportedly being flown to Turkey by Turkish pilot Oben Oğultarhan and an American pilot.
The pilots' are reportedly in good condition after being found by search and rescue teams.
Four training planes were being flown to Turkey from the United States when bad weather affected their travel. One of the other planes was also forced to land in Bulgaria while another reached Çorlu, close to Istanbul.