Travel company World Choice Sports announced on Thursday that it had been forced to cancel three separate trips, one departing on Friday and two on Saturday, with Kiev's Boryspil airport unable to allocate times for its aircraft.
The company claimed it had "exhausted all avenues" and that it had "applied for [landing] slots in the correct manner and time frame".
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Amnesty International called it "the most brazen attack on the media" in Egypt in decades. His Twitter account remains suspended although the reasons are unclear.
Worldchoice Sports said on Thursday that with "deep regret", three flights taking Liverpool fans to Kiev for Saturday's game had been cancelled.
The club told supporters: "Along with officials from Liverpool John Lennon airport, Liverpool city council, Uefa and the authorities in Kiev, Liverpool FC has been endeavouring to resolve the issue since it first came to light and will continue to do so until all avenues have been exhausted".
Anderson tweeted that he and Kiev mayor Vitaly Klitschko, the brother of former heavyweight world champion Wladimir, and himself a former heavyweight champion, were "working closely" and "close to a solution" after a day of chaos for those who had booked charter flights.
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But also today was a big target for me. "From the start I felt I wasn't great", said Pinot, who posted the 66th-best time. Unfortunately for the fans I may have to be a lot more defensive.
"Despite some reports in the media this afternoon this is the only flight we have been able to secure".
Liverpool are working with fans and tour operators in search of a resolution after around 1,000 supporters had their flights to this weekend's Champions League final cancelled. Work is ongoing, and we are optimistic that together will obtain a favourable resolution.
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