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Lebanon prevents cabin crew from flying to Israel

Posted 19 December 2016 · Add Comment

The Lebanese Directorate General of Civil Aviation has issued a circular banning Lebanese flight attendants from flying to Israeli airports, reports ch-aviation.

The circular was issued on December 3, 2016. 

There are currently no flights between the two nations, which have technically been at war since 1948. Israeli citizens, or any people with an Israeli stamp in their passport, are forbidden entry to Lebanon.

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