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Troubled Airways: International Travelers, Airlines Worry about Safety Following a Month of Crashes

The Record

August 03, 2014

"...have raised anxiety levels for many who fly, particularly if they fly on airlines based in developing countries where enforcement of safety regulations may be suspect or on flights over war-torn areas. On July 22, the Federal Aviation Administration temporarily prohibited U.S. carriers from flying to Tel Aviv because of fighting between Israel and the Palestinians...." Mark Levenson, Chair of the Firm's Israel Practice Group and the New Jersey-Israel Commission, said "...that on a trip last month to Tel Aviv, the plane, which on past trips has almost always been full, was half empty."