Pictures movie about vliegtuigkaping shut down to real hijacking in Malta
The shooting of the film Entebbe, about a vliegtuigkaping had Friday to be shut down because of a real hijacking at the airport of Malta.
The Libyan aircraft of Afriqiyah Airway was Friday afternoon hijacked and had to flee to Malta. At that time, were at the airport pictures rotated for Entebbe, based on a vliegtuigkaping who forty years ago took place in Uganda. That, reports the BBC.
In contrast to that hijacking, ended the hijacking of the Libyan aircraft without bloodshed. The hijackers surrendered and were detained. All 118 people on board were able to secure the unit to leave.
According to the mayor, could the Maltese armed forces cope well with the situation. “We have five hijackings had here, and ironically they were exactly filming for Entebbe today.”
Entebbe is about a hijacking in 1976 of a unit of Air France that was on its way from Tel Aviv to Paris. Palestinian hijackers forced to go to Uganda to fly. The hijacking ended after a storming of the Israeli armed forces on the airport of Entebbe. The captors were killed and the occupants freed.
In the film, among others, Rosamund Pike and Vincent Cassel in a role. The movie in 2017 will appear.