Attack in Israel: Iranian airports resume operations


Europe 1 with AFP / Photo credit: MICHAELA STACHE / AFP

Iran had suspended their activity as a precaution after launching an unprecedented attack with drones and missiles during the night from Saturday to Sunday against Israeli territory, in response to a strike attributed to Israel against the Iranian consulate in Damascus. the 1st of April.

Iranian airports, including the two in Tehran, resumed their activities on Monday, which had been suspended or disrupted by the Iranian attack on Israel, state media announced. “Flights at Imam Khomeini International Airport in Tehran have been restored to normal” since 6 a.m., the official Irna news agency said. The situation has also normalized in the airports of Mehrabad in Tehran, and the cities of Tabriz (northwest), Mashhad (northeast) and Shiraz (south), according to her.

Several airspaces closed this weekend

Iran had suspended their activity as a precaution after launching an unprecedented attack with drones and missiles during the night from Saturday to Sunday against Israeli territory, in response to a strike attributed to Israel against the Iranian consulate in Damascus. the 1st of April. The Israeli authorities had not ruled out, before the attack, striking Iranian territory, probably targeting military or nuclear sites according to experts.

Before the attack, some airlines, such as Germany’s Lufthansa, had suspended their flights to Iran, while others decided to no longer fly over the country’s territory. Several countries in the Middle East, including Israel, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan, had also closed their airspace overnight from Saturday to Sunday, which they reopened on Sunday.



Source link -75