Air France Flight Stopped in Republic of Congo After Gunshot

An A330 Phenix of the French Air Force of operation 'Morphee' carrying patients infected with COVID-19 from Mulhouse lands at Bordeaux Airport in Merignac, southwestern France, on March 27, 2020. (Nicolas Tucat/AFP via Getty Images)

An A330 Phenix of the French Air Force of operation 'Morphee' carrying patients infected with COVID-19 from Mulhouse lands at Bordeaux Airport in Merignac, southwestern France, on March 27, 2020. (Nicolas Tucat/AFP via Getty Images)

BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo—Air France confirms that it had to postpone a flight from the Republic of Congo after the jet was damaged on Sunday by a bullet fired by a gendarme.

The incident happened at the airport in Pointe Noire, the countrys second largest city, said Air France in a statement. An Airbus A330 was damaged and was unable to make a flight repatriating French citizens because of the outbreak of COVID-19, the disease the CCPRead More – Source

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