Iran suspends flights to Turkey airport after coup attempt

July 16, 2016 08:53

DUBAI - Iran suspended all flights to Turkey after a coup attempt in the neighboring country.

The deputy director of Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport was quoted by the state broadcaster as saying that seven flights to Turkey had been cancelled Saturday morning.

"We will revise the situation to resume the flights when we have the latest information," Koroush Fattahi said.

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