Flights at Ben Guryon airport resumed Monday evening after frequency interference from pirate radio stations threatened to halt them.
Cutouts in all frequencies used by the tower and flight control centers grounded four planes scheduled to take off, one of which was a cargo plane.
Landings were taking place as planned during the intereference, but by 9:00 p.m. all airport activity came back to normal.
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