Turkish dailies on Monday covered Turkey's decision to close its air space to Syrian civilian flights, Turkish troops' kindness to terrorists and the fire in the cockpit of a Corendon Airlines' plane in Antalya. The Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Most of the Turkish dailies covered on their Monday editions the decision that Turkey made last Saturday to close its air space to Syrian civilian flights. Daily CUMHURIYET headlined, "flight ban from Damascus" and published that last Saturday, Syria announced that it had closed its air space to Turkish flights after Syrian plane which was forced down as it was carrying military cargo last week, and after that Turkish government decided Syrian planes would not use Turkish air space.
Another topic which was covered by Turkish dailies was the Turkish troops' kind treatment and behaviours towards terrorists they caught. Daily TURKIYE headlined, "They fed them with their own hands, humanity lesson from Turkish soldiers." Daily stated that after Turkish troops captured 2 PKK terrorists in Sirnak, they fed them with their own hands and were kind to them.
Lastly, Turkish dailies covered the "fire in the cockpit" of a Corendon Airnlines' plane. Daily VATAN stated that 158 passengers of an Antalya to Norway's Trondheim bound plane were forced to evacuate after a fire in the cockpit. Pilot of the plane who was getting plane prepared for a take-off was warned by the crew members and made a quick move for evacuation of passengers. It was stated that that passengers with small injuries caused by panic were in good condition.
AAGüncelleme Tarihi: 16 Ekim 2012, 10:15