ATHENS - A Libyan jet flew through Greek
controlled air space briefly on Wednesday and headed to Egypt
but there was no information on whether it belonged to Libyan
leader Muammar Gaddafi, a Greek foreign ministry official said.
"A Libyan Falcon jet reported to Athens FIR (Flight
Information Region) that it was passing through and heading to
Egypt. It was in Greek FIR for about 15 minutes. We do not know
who was on the plane or who it belongs to," the official, who
requested anonymity, told Reuters.