Panama Airlines will end flights from South Africa’s Johannesburg to and from its two airports on the continent and will temporarily suspend services between the two cities, the airline said on Monday.

The airline, which is part of the Panamanian government-owned airline, said the two airports, Cape Town and Johannesburg, were “no longer capable of serving our passengers.”

The move comes after a series of deadly attacks that have claimed the lives of at least 31 people in the African nation since December.

The airline, headquartered in Panama City, was established in 1985.

It operates flights from and to more than 70 destinations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.