FAA has lifted all restrictions on flights between the US and Turkey, enabling Turkish Airlines to resume flights to the US July 19. The move rescinds a notice to airmen (NOTAM) issued July 16 in the aftermath of the failed coup attempt in Turkey that had the effect of banning all Turkish Airlines’ flights to the US. As of 1345 Washington DC time July 18, there were no longer any restrictions on flights from Turkey, an FAA spokesperson said. Turkish Airlines had already canceled all ...

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