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Last updated: 23rd July 2014 17:00 BST

 

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Tel Aviv update
Updated 23nd July 09:25

The safety and security of easyJet's passengers and crew is the airline's highest priority.

‎Due to the FAA's instruction to all United States' airlines to suspend their flights to Israel, and the European safety regulator EASA’s strong recommendation to European airlines to stop flying there, easyJet is suspending its services to and from Tel Aviv for 24 hours and as a result will not be operating Luton/Tel Aviv/Luton and Basel/Tel Aviv/Basel flights today, 23 July.

Thereafter, easyJet will review its operations to and from Israel on a day by day basis taking into account the advice from all relevant authorities. easyJet flies to and from Tel Aviv from the UK, Switzerland, Germany and Italy

‎easyJet will do all we can to look after our passengers. easyJet will try to provide suitable and secure hotel accommodation for affected passengers and will fly affected passengers home as soon as we can.


easyJet cancelled flights are
EZS1191 0615 Basel – Tel Aviv
EZY2085 1225 London Luton – Tel Aviv
EZS1192 1215 Tel Aviv – Basel
EZY2086 2020 Tel Aviv – London Luton

 

 

UK Security Arrangements
The safety and security of its passengers and crew is easyJet's highest priority. The airline fully adheres to all regulations which apply to its flights. 

easyJet is aware that the DfT may extend some of the new security measures but at this stage no new measures have been applied to passengers flying on easyJet flights.
 
If that changes we will advise our passengers accordingly.

 

London Luton Airport  
February 2014 - April 2015
There are major road works being undertaken to improve the link from the M1 to London Luton Airport and ease congestion. If you are travelling from London Luton Airport, please make sure you allow extra time. The road works will take over one year from February 2014 and Local Authorities are putting in place a number of diversions in order to minimise the disruption.

Motorists are advised to follow the signed diversion routes and allow extra time for their journeys. 

For Further information please visit the London Luton Airport website  or here .

 

Birmingham Airport - M42 Junction 6 Improvement Scheme – POSSIBLE DELAYS
16 June - November 2014
Please be aware that road works will be taking place from Monday 16 June to November  2014, in order to ease congestion by reducing excessive queues and delays at the M42 Junction 6. 

Most of the works are scheduled to take place off peak between 2000 hours and 0600 hours in order to minimise disruption.

For the Highways Agency website please visit their website here





Rest of Network
The rest of the network is operating normally. We always recommend That You check the flight tracker before heading to the airport to avoid any unnecessary disruption.

 

Flight Tracker Live Updates about your flight
As part of our promise to be open and upfront with you, you can now use our Flight Tracker tool to get the latest information about your flight. Our Operations Centre use this to Provide up to date information about your flight and if there are issues That may impact your journey.


 

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