Etihad Airways is temporarily suspending flights to Rome and Milan, in Italy.
According to a statement on Etihad's website, the decision, which comes into effect from March 14, is based on a directive from the UAE's General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA).
The airline's daily services between Abu Dhabi and Milan have been cancelled until further notice, while it is also suspending its two daily flights between Abu Dhabi and Rome.
The final flights, EY 85 to Rome and EY 86 to Abu Dhabi will operate on Saturday, March 14.
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