Police divert EasyJet, Alitalia flights at B-G airport

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July 8, 2011 16:27

 
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The police diverted 2 jets on Friday, one EasyJet and one Alitalia flight, at Ben Gurion International Airport due to the arrival of pro-Palestinian activists.

Police received the flights, and took an unknown number of suspected activists for questioning. Passengers not connected with the activists were ferried back to Terminal 3.


The EasyJet plane arrived from Geneva.

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