21 October 2018

Libyan A320 airplane hijacked - Updated

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An aircraft that has left from Libya earlier today has changed course abruptly and has landed in Malta this afternoon.

Several emergency measures are being taken at Malta International Airport.

MIA CEO Alan Borg, when contacted by The Malta Independent, said that this is a matter being handled by the government.

The plane is and Afriqiyah Airways A320 with 118 passengers on board.


According to information of Sky News Arabia, passengers are coming out of airplane, but crew still remains in plane.

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