Latvian national carrier airBaltic is monitoring the situation at Tallinn Airport following a threat to blow up a plane there, the company's vice-president for corporate communication Janis Vanags told BNS.
Vanags noted that the threat was aimed specifically at Germany-bound flights from Estonia. An airBaltic flight from Tallinn to Berlin is planned for tomorrow, July 26. The airline is keeping watch over the situation and is ready to take additional security measures if necessary.
Police presence at Tallinn Airport and the surrounding region was st...
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