Brussels Airlines to Restart Israel Flights

By Aryeh Stern

Brussels Airlines planes. (REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/File Photo)

Brussels Airlines announced on Thursday that it will restart flights to Israel from March 24.

Like many other carriers, the Belgian airline stopped flying to Israel after the Oct. 7 terror attack by Hamas group.

The decision to resume flights was made “after careful consideration with all relevant departments,” it said in a statement.

The carrier, which is a subsidiary of Germany’s Lufthansa, will begin by operating three flights per week from Brussels to Tel Aviv.

On Wednesday, United Airlines became the first American carrier to announce the resumption of direct U.S. flights to Israel.

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