Flights to Tel Aviv have resumed from JFK Airport Thursday after the FAA lifted its ban. The FAA had banned U.S. carriers Tuesday from flying to and from Israel after a rocket strike landed about a mile from Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv. Despite flights resuming, many travelers at JFK Airport say they are still apprehensive about flying into a war zone. "I don't think that we...

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