More airplanes in Lithuanian air-space after Malaysian airliner crash

After the Malaysian airliner MN17 was shot down in Eastern Ukraine in mid-July, the number of flights across the Lithuanian air-space has increased, says the head of the country's Civil Aviation Administration.
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