After being caused by aircraft damage, Greece's Aegean Airlines has called off flights to Beirut
Aegean Airlines, Greece's largest airline, said on Saturday that all flights to Beirut had been suspended pending an investigation into the cause of damage to one of its planes that flew to the Lebanese capital.
A plane that had been flung from Athens on January 10 causing the airline to suspend all flights to and from Beirut, according to a company statement.
The crew of the aircraft has no further details.
egean said it had informed Greek authorities and airport authorities in Beirut that it would provide an update on returning flights to Beirut in the coming weeks.