A flight from Vilnius to Tel Aviv by Israeli’s air carrier Israir scheduled for 11:05 pm, Wednesday, has not been cancelled, although many airlines around the world have today suspended their flights to Tel Aviv for 24 hours.
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“We have not yet been notified that the flight would be cancelled,” Marius Bruzas, spokesman for the airport of Vilnius, told BNS.

More details about flights to Tel Aviv should be available at night, when the airport will receive the confirmed schedules for Thursday, he added.

BNS
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