Georgy Tchipilsky, head of the airport in Burgas, said the Airbus A320 en route from Warsaw to the holiday resort of Hurghada requested an emergency landing due to a bomb threat and touched down in Burgas at 5:48 am (local time). The flight was operated by Lithuanian charter airline Small Planet.
    
Pinuszewska said the passengers were waiting at the airport for another plane to come from Warsaw and take them to Hurghada.
    
Russia has suspended all flights to Egypt after Russian authorities say a bomb brought down a passenger plane from the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh to St Petersburg, killing all 224 on board. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility.

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