FAA extends ban on U.S. flights to and from Israel

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NEW YORK City. — The Federal Aviation Administration has extended its ban on U.S. airlines flying to or from Tel Aviv for 24 more hours.

The ban was put into place Tuesday following a decision by Delta to suspend flights.

That choice was made after a Hamas rocket landed within a mile of Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport.

A Delta Boeing 747 from New York was over the Mediterranean when it turned around and flew to Paris Tuesday.

The Israel Airport Authority and government content the airport was safe and have asked U.S. airlines to resume flights.



  • MikeBarret

    How about “no more billions of US tax dollars to Israel for now,” that might actually get their attention.

  • DetlaEB

    I was there when there was an uprising in Gaza in Nov. 2012. Our tour group was very safe and I would not be afraid to go back. What a better place to be when GOD shows his authority…

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