Air France suspends flights to Tel Aviv    

Air France suspends flights to Tel Aviv    

PARIS - Air France said on Tuesday that it was suspending its flights to Tel Aviv, joining a host of airlines to stop service to Israel because of the deadly Gaza conflict.

A runway agent guides an Air France airliner on June 9, 2014 at Lille's airport

The French carrier said it was suspending service "until further notice" after a rocket fired from Gaza landed near Tel Aviv's international Ben Gurion airport. Other airlines to stop service include Germany's Lufthansa and US carriers Delta, US Airways and United Airlines.

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