Danger from missiles has prompted U.S. airlines to scrap flights to Israel. The move comes after the Federal Aviation Administration told U.S. airlines on Tuesday to stop flying to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport for 24 hours after a rocket strike landed about one mile from the airport on Tuesday morning. The order applies only to U.S. carriers.

The European Aviation Safety Agency has also "strongly recommended" to avoid operating to and from Ben Gurion.

Some european airlines hadn't waited for that announcement. KLM, Air France, Swiss, Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa have already suspended their flights.

Below, as an example, the JFK - TLV DL468 turning back, towards CDG.

We'll always have Paris. (image credit: FlightRadar24 via @flightradar24 on Twitter)

As an European example, a FRA - TLV Lufthansa Cargo plane diverting towards Turkey.

Turkey has probably better re-routing options than Cyprus. (image credit: FlightRadar24 via @TheHUBRoutes on Twitter)