Bulgaria's air traffic-control service denies reports by certain media bodies on a transit landing in Burgas for refuelling of the Russian Tu-154 airliner, which has crashed above the Black sea, reports the RIA Novosti correspondent. Zhivko Zheliazkov of the service told reporters that the Russian Tu-154 passenger liner "had not entered the Bulgarian-served air space". To him, the airliner was flying from Tel Aviv above Turkey and did not make an intermediate landing in Bulgaria's Burgas airport. The Russian plane Tu-154 crashed near Russia's Black Sea coast on Thursday. It was flying from Tel Aviv to Novosibirsk.
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