Ben-Gurion Airport Resumes Operations After Closure Due to Iranian Attack

By Aryeh Stern

Passengers at the departure hall in the Ben Gurion International airport near Tel Aviv on Sunday. (Avshalom Sassoni/Flash90)

Ben-Gurion Airport resumed operations Sunday, hours after it was temporarily closed in response to an Iranian attack. The Airport Authority confirmed that Israel’s airspace is now open, and flight schedules at Ben-Gurion are being adjusted.

Passengers are urged to check with their airlines for the latest flight information before heading to the airport.

Domestic flights within Israel are also set to resume throughout the day.

El Al has a revised flight schedule and advises passengers to verify their departure times before traveling to the airport. The airline says it remains committed to maintaining its flight operations to and from Israel.

Meanwhile, Air France and KLM have temporarily suspended services to Israel and will announce plans to resume flights in the coming days.

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