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Turkish airline plane Bomb scare emergence landed at Khartoum, Sudan from JKIA, Nairobi, bound for Cairo, Egypt.

A plane bound for Egypt made an emergency landing in the Sudanese capital Khartoum over a bomb scare on November 30, 2017. PHOTO | FILE |  NATION MEDIA GROUP
A plane bound for Egypt made an emergency landing in the Sudanese capital Khartoum over a bomb scare on November 30, 2017. PHOTO | FILE |  NATION MEDIA GROUP
Turkish airline plane bound for Egypt hit emergence the land of Sudan at Khartoum from Jomo Kenyatta international airport in Nairobi. Bomb scare and explosion are what the plane had an emergency landing at Khartoum, Sudan.


Sudanese civil aviation authority spokesman Abdul Hafiz Abdul Rahim told the Africa Review that the Boing 738 aircraft had 107 passengers of different nationalities.


“Today, Thursday, at 7.30am Sudan local time, Khartoum airport was notified by the Captain of the Turkish Airlines plane Number 608 that there was a possible bomb device on board as reported by a British passenger,” Mr. Rahim said.


“Accordingly, the authorities at the Khartoum International Airport allowed the emergency landing and immediately evacuated the plane and experts did a thorough search but found no suspected explosive device on the plane,” he explained.



The travelers were taken to the nearby hotels in Khartoum. The journey to Cairo Egypt was cut short due to raising bomb alarm on the plane. The Journey is speculated to start tomorrow are experts are still diagnosing the possible scare and problems.


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