Breaking news: that flight that NSA leaker Edward Snowden wasn’t on today has landed safely in Cuba, and Havana-based CNN correspondent Patrick Oppmann was there to greet it.
Aeroflot flight 150 arrives in Havana from Moscow. http://t.co/5c2DQbibaa
— Patrick Oppmann CNN (@CNN_Oppmann) June 24, 2013
CNN’s Phil Black was on the flight and reported that there was no sign of Snowden. We’ll take his word for it, since he had about 16 hours to search the plane.
CNN's Phil Black, who flew on the Moscow-Havana Aeroflot flight, reports no sign of Edward Snowden on plane. How does he expense the ticket?
— Marc Wurzel (@MarcWurzel) June 24, 2013
Aeroflot plane has landed in Havana, which means everything is still as clear as mud
— Thomas Grove (@tggrove) June 24, 2013
.@Reuters reports Aeroflot suspended alcoholic beverages on its Moscow-Havana route after violence from drunk passengers.
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) June 24, 2013
check those expense accounts RT @markknoller Aeroflot suspended alcoholic beverages Moscow-Havana route/violence from drunk passengers
— Ed Henry (@edhenry) June 24, 2013