Airports Authority says Gaza offensive may disrupt commercial flights

By REUTERS
July 8, 2014 18:17

 
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Israel narrowed its civilian air corridor on Tuesday and said takeoffs and landings at Ben-Gurion  Airport near Tel Aviv may be delayed by its Gaza air offensive.

The Airports Authority said no flights had been canceled at Ben-Gurion, some 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Gaza, as result of the hostilities, but takeoffs had been diverted to the east and landings to the north of the airport.


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