Air Malta has cancelled its flights to Benghazi on Thursday following the Foreign Office's advice for Britons to leave.
In a statement on the website the airline said:
Whilst Air Malta regrets any inconvenience caused, the airline will always place the safety and security of its staff and customers as its highest priority.
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