Transport Ministry

One of Bulgaria's most Prominent Pilots Died in an Agricultural Flight Trip

One of Bulgaria's most famous gliders and pilots Rumen Ivanov died in a fertilizer farm for agricultural crops in a massif near the misty village of Julievo. According to unofficial information, the engine of the moto-delta planer has was the problem, said to Darik Pirjo Kyurkchiiski, who has been dealing with light aviation since 2005 and has known the deceased.

More trains scheduled for elections, toll charges waived for voters

The Hellenic Railways Organization's operating arm Trainose is to boost services on the Athens-Thessaloniki route between Thursday and Tuesday, May 28, in a bid to help those traveling to their constituencies to vote in Sunday's local authority and European Parliament elections.

Athens tram route in limbo

It is unclear when commuters will see the return of the section of the Athens tram network between Neos Cosmos and Syntagma Square, which was shut down last November amid concerns that the ground beneath the tracks is at risk of subsiding, with fears growing that the section will be abolished altogether, Kathimerini understands.

Cabbie who abandoned gunshot victim slammed

The union representing Attica taxi drivers, SATA, has proposed that a cabbie be deprived of his license after forcing an injured woman out of his car on Thursday because he feared getting his vehicle dirty.

Describing the driver's behavior as "not only unprofessional but inhuman," SATA called on the Transport Ministry to withdraw his license and ban him from driving a taxi.

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