Asked the pilot of a plane immediately after landing at Otopeni Airport, an anti-terrorist control. Sorin Sava, the Romanian Intelligence Service spokesman said Antiterrorist Brigade of the Romanian Intelligence Service became standard procedure after there were reports that the board of an Italian company there were some suspicious luggage.
“Arriving in Italy Races in Romania are checked at this time, the antiterrorist squad,” said Sorin Sava, the Romanian Intelligence Service spokesman.
The plane came from Naples, Italy. All passenger aircraft, 161 in number, were landed and checked luggage.
Meanwhile, two other low-cost flights were canceled. Were to come to Bucharest flights from Rome and Milan. Ground planes are retained there until the situation in Bucharest will clarify.
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