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A Turkish Airlines flight attendant and her two young children are back in their home country after their visa was cancelled by the Turkish authorities due to security concerns.

The Turkish Airlines flights that left and landed in Greece had to be rescheduled due to the high number of security concerns that arose after the deadly Paris attacks.

But the airline had a good reason to cancel the flights.

The airline announced Friday that it had cancelled all flights to Greece, and it announced that the passengers were allowed to return to Turkey after the cancellation.

The airline also said that it has a limited number of seats in its aircraft, which means that the flight attendant was unable to get on the flight.

But it also announced that it is providing the airline with the seats.

And while the passengers are now back in Turkey, the airline has offered to pay for their flight to Athens, Greece.

The decision to cancel all flights is not a big surprise.

In January, Turkish Airlines cancelled all of its flights from Greece to Turkey because of a security concern, according to The Associated Press.

Turkish Airlines had to cancel its flights to Iran, Libya and Iraq due to similar security concerns, according a report by CNN.

The company also had to close its flights between Iraq and Turkey.