The European Union and the United States are scrambling to get their planes ready to fly to Paris from the US and Canada this week after a series of attacks claimed by ISIS killed at least 11 people and wounded hundreds more.
The United States and Canada have begun to schedule air traffic to take off from the European Union countries that were hit hard by the terrorist attacks, including Paris, Brussels and Berlin.
The first flights have begun from Paris and will take off on Sunday.
France’s aviation authorities said Wednesday they had canceled all flights in the French capital and ordered all passengers and crew to leave the country.
The European Union also said it would be suspending flights to and from Turkey, a Muslim-majority country, after the Ankara attacks on Tuesday killed at tozens.
Turkey and France have both been targeted by ISIS in the past.