Bulgarian Ministry of Defense official Dragomir Zakov said the plane entered Bulgarian airspace on June 8. “At no time was the plane a threat to civilian or military infrastructure in Bulgaria,” he said, according to The Sun. “It flew at low altitudes, which made difficult the interception for fighter jets, but it was monitored all the time. The Ministry of Defense is taking the appropriate actions to establish the circumstances,” he said.
🚨➡️The pilot of the mysterious Lithuanian plane that flew over Poland, Slovakia,Hungary, Romania, after which he landed in Bulgaria is untraceable: the Bulgarians have been looking for him for 24 hours, according to AFP pic.twitter.com/v6KyenFTEe— Global Anti Terrorism🚨🆘🚨 (@RemusGlobal) June 9, 2022
Shortly before its mysterious flight, the plane was sold by Bronius Zaronskis, a Lithuanian pilot and director of Nida Air Park. He said a group of three men came to look at the aircraft. [firefly_poll] “They were not Lithuanians. I can’t say which country they were from, maybe Ukrainians, maybe Romanians or Bulgarians. I communicated with a man in Russian. I don’t know the names of those men. I wasn’t interested,” he said, adding that an organization bought the plane. He did not name the organization. “I sold it and said goodbye to that plane. I’ve been trying to sell it for many years. I had nowhere to keep it, so I’m glad they bought it. I don’t remember which organization bought it. The documents were written in a foreign language,” Zaronskis said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Odd story: ”a mystery aircraft took off from Lithuania and illegally entered the airspace of several countries. The plane was later found in Bulgaria but without the crew.“They were not Lithuanians. I cannot say which country they were from, maybe…” https://t.co/9hozAcUbzY — Ann (@BannedAnn) June 11, 2022