When do domestic flights and flights to Italy be legal?

At least four domestic flights to and from Italy are scheduled to resume this week after being temporarily suspended due to a flight safety alert.

Flight Qhubeka, operated by the French company Airbus, was grounded by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) after it came under fire in December.

It said its aircraft were at risk of a “probable collision” during a flight to Rome.

Airbus was notified on Wednesday by EASA, according to a spokesperson.

“Airbus has resumed all flights to Rome and will continue to operate the Qhubekas to the rest of the country,” the spokesperson told AFP.

The French company, which operates the QHubeka, said it has “an absolute duty” to respect the safety of its passengers and crew.

The European Aviation Administration (EasA) said on Wednesday that the Qubeeka aircraft was in a “dangerous condition” following a flight from Frankfurt to Rome on Dec. 11.

It warned that “it would be dangerous for Qubeekas passengers to take the aircraft to Italy”.

“The EASI has requested airlines to immediately cease flights to any part of Europe and return to their home countries,” the agency said.