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Political Restrictions, but somehow there is someone flying there?

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Just curious, do political restrictions apply to all airlines, or is it based on what country you are flying from? There is an airline flying into an airport I am trying to fly into and it's locked for me due to political restrictions, but they are flying in.


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Depends on the airport, and it depends on where you're flying to/from. For example, a Canadian based airline can fly to Cuba. An American airline however can't. A Saudi Airline can't fly to Israel, but anyone else can. You can fly from Boston USA to La Guardia NY, but not from LAX, because La Guardia has a regional radius restriction. Dallas Love Field in Texas is another one with particular issues (google Wright Agreement). So it just all depends. Let me know your particular situation & maybe I can help you further.

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