FAA issued a notice to airmen (NOTAM) Tuesday prohibiting US carriers from flying to or from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport following a rocket strike Tuesday morning that landed about a mile from the Israeli airport. The NOTAM is in effect for up to 24 hours and applies only to US operators. It warns of a potentially hazardous area created by the armed conflict in Israel and Gaza. “FAA immediately notified US carriers when the agency learned of the rocket strike and informed ...

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