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US airlines, others resume flights to Israel

Israeli passengers walk near a departure board at Ben Gurion International airport, near Tel Aviv, on July 23, 2014American, Russian and some European carriers resumed flights to Israel Thursday after a two-day freeze amid fears that rocket fire from Gaza was endangering commercial air traffic into Tel Aviv. Officials in Washington lifted a formal ban on American flights to Israel late Wednesday, and flights by carriers Delta, United and US Airways, as well as Air Canada, were scheduled on Thursday. “We have consulted extensively with the US government, as well as our own people on the ground in Tel Aviv… and we believe it’s safe to fly and that’s why we’re recommencing our flights,” a United Airlines spokesperson said.

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