Israel tightens airspace security after jet’s disappearance

Israel tightens airspace security after jet’s disappearance

Israel tightens airspace security after jet’s disappearance | The Times of Israel .

As terrorism fears grow in Malaysian plane case, Israeli officials increase already-tight precautions

March 16, 2014, 9:41 pm

El Al planes at Ben-Gurion Airport (photo credit: Shay Levi/Flash90)
El Al planes at Ben-Gurion Airport (photo credit: Shay Levi/Flash90)

Israel has tightened security in its airspace following the disappearance and possible hijacking of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on March 8, Channel 2 reported Sunday.

According to the report, security officials and aviation authorities recently held a security assessment and decided upon a series of security measures intended to enhance safety in Israeli airspace.

Among the measures, airliners are now required to identify themselves much earlier when approaching Israel’s airspace. Other actions were not disclosed at this time.

The increased security came as El Al’s former global security chief told The Times of Israel he believes that the disappearance of the Malaysia…

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One Response to Israel tightens airspace security after jet’s disappearance

  1. alakhtal says:

    US & Israeli Junkscience Jackasses are devastated that some Taliban Boy evaporated a jet carrying 237 passengers outta thin air and turn ‘em to laughingstocks. It has to be carried by an Israeli lesser Einstein to crow about. Even if it’s a crime they ain’t stoic to take it.
    The most stooopid way to smoke MA370 is to get the Yanks to the helm. As matter of fact they are trespassing uninvited there contaminating every evidence to moor 777 from conspiracy theory to terrorism.
    MA370 desertion proves the Positioning System (GPS) is one of those scams like Y2K that USA taxed the whole world for a hoax that ain’t worked.

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