Fighter jets have been scrambled on Sunday following stories of a bomb on a Ryanair flight to Greece.
Two Greek F-16s escorted a Ryanair airplane from Katowice in Poland as a precaution after a bomb risk was reported on the flight, based on the Greek Defence Ministry.
The plane, with greater than 190 individuals on board, landed safely at 5:40 p.m. native time in Athens Worldwide Airport.
Firefighters and police surrounded the plane quickly after it landed at a distant a part of the airport, and it was inspected by the bomb squad, the Greek information company ANA stated.
Passengers have been taken off the airplane and have been searched, together with their baggage and the plane itself.
Two fighter jets intercepted the airliner belonging to the finances service because it entered Greek airspace above North Macedonia, the Greek Defence Ministry informed AFP.
It had beforehand been escorted by Hungarian Air Pressure jets.
The origin of the bomb risk has not but been specified.
The warning is claimed to have been made quickly after the airplane departed from Poland.