• <ins id='x2fjs'></ins>
    <acronym id='x2fjs'><em id='x2fjs'></em><td id='x2fjs'><div id='x2fjs'></div></td></acronym><address id='x2fjs'><big id='x2fjs'><big id='x2fjs'></big><legend id='x2fjs'></legend></big></address><span id='x2fjs'></span>
    <i id='x2fjs'></i>

    <code id='x2fjs'><strong id='x2fjs'></strong></code>
    <dl id='x2fjs'></dl>

      <i id='x2fjs'><div id='x2fjs'><ins id='x2fjs'></ins></div></i>

      1. <tr id='x2fjs'><strong id='x2fjs'></strong><small id='x2fjs'></small><button id='x2fjs'></button><li id='x2fjs'><noscript id='x2fjs'><big id='x2fjs'></big><dt id='x2fjs'></dt></noscript></li></tr><ol id='x2fjs'><table id='x2fjs'><blockquote id='x2fjs'><tbody id='x2fjs'></tbody></blockquote></table></ol><u id='x2fjs'></u><kbd id='x2fjs'><kbd id='x2fjs'></kbd></kbd>
      2. <fieldset id='x2fjs'></fieldset>

            诚聘股票配资专员Australia&#x27;s Qantas directs flights away from Strait of Hormuz

            • 时间:
            • 浏览:3
            FILE PHO诚聘股票配资专员tO: Wo诚聘股票配资专员rkers 诚聘股票配资专员are seen near Qantas Airways, Australia's national carrier, Boeing 737诚聘股票配资专员-800 aircraft on the tarmac at Adelaide Airport, Australia, August 22, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray

            SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia’s flag carrier, Qantas Airways Ltd, said on Friday that its flights over the Middle East would avoid the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman following the downing of a U.S. surveillance drone in the region.

            The restriction will mean a slight change to the route for flights between Australia and London, the airline said in a statement.

            The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has issued an emergency order prohibiting U.S. operators from flying in Iran-controlled airspace over the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman due to heightened tensions.