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The Federal Aviation Administration says American civilian flights can resume operations over much of the Persian Gulf in the Gulf of Oman region the FAA's loosening restrictions announced nearly six weeks ago because of heightened tensions between the US and Iran the FAA says Iran has de escalated its military posture reducing the risk to US civil aviation