Tel Aviv service suspended: Airlines fear rocket attacks.

Major Airlines Suspending Service at Israel's Largest Airport

Major Airlines Suspending Service at Israel's Largest Airport

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July 22 2014 1:10 PM

Major Airlines Suspending Service at Israel's Largest Airport

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Ben Gurion Airport in 2012.

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Via Vox: Delta, American Airlines, Korean Air, US Airways, and United have suspended service in and out of Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport—by far Israel's largest international airport—after a rocket landed today in Yehud, an adjacent suburb.* The United States Federal Aviation Administration, meanwhile, has suspended all American flights to Israel for 24 hours.

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Update, July 22, 2014: Since this article was posted several other airlines have also reportedly suspended service. From ABC's Molly Hunter:

Correction, July 22, 2014: This post originally misidentified American Airlines as American Airways and Korean Air as Korean Airlines.