More Airlines Set to Resume Flights to Israel

By Aryeh Stern

View of Ben Gurion International Airport. (Moshe Shai/FLASH90)

United Airlines has officially notified the Israel Airports Authority (IAA) of its plans to resume flights to Israel in less than two weeks. The airline is scheduled to initiate flights from New York to Tel Aviv on March 2, with the first return flight from Tel Aviv to New York set for March 3. United suspended its flights on Oct. 8 with the onset of the war and becomes the first U.S. carrier to reinstate flights on this route.

Delta Airlines has also communicated its intention to return to Israel on May 1.

Additionally, Dutch airline KLM announced on Tuesday that it will recommence flights to Israel starting April 1, operating daily flights with a layover in Larnaca.

Fly Dubai is set to increase its flights to Dubai from four to six per week starting at the end of March.

Simultaneously, Ethiopian Airlines will boost its weekly flights to 12 from March 1, expanding connectivity to and from Israel.

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