Israel closes part of its airspace for flights

Israel closes part of its airspace for flights

The aviation authorities of Israel have informed that although the airspace is closed for flights in a considerable part of the country, the latter’s main airport is operating normally, despite the incident with the Iranian drone and the ensuing Israeli airstrike in Syria, reported citing RIA Novosti.

On early Saturday morning, the Israeli military hit an Iranian drone which had entered the country’s airspace from Syria; and in response, they launched an airstrike on “Iranian targets” in Syria.

Later, the Israeli army press service informed that an Israeli F-16 jet had crashed in the north of the country; but its pilots had ejected safely.


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