Airports in Iran, between the two in Tehran, resumed today after the interruption caused by the country’s attack on Israel on Saturday night.

“Flights at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport have been restored” as of 06:00 local time (05:30 Greek time), the official Irna news agency reported.

The situation was also normalized at Tehran’s Mehrabad airports and those of the cities of Tabriz, Mashhad and Shiraz, according to the same source.

Iran suspended air traffic as a precaution after launching an unprecedented drone and missile attack on Israel overnight Saturday-Sunday in response to an April 1 attack on the Iranian consulate in Damascus attributed to Israel.

Before the attack, some airlines, such as Germany’s Lufthansa, had suspended flights to Iran, while others had decided to no longer fly over the country.

Other Middle Eastern countries — including Israel, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan — also closed their airspace overnight Saturday into Sunday, before reopening it yesterday.