Air Canada Halts Ticket Sales for Israel Flights

By Aryeh Stern

An Air Canada airplane at Ben Gurion Airport. (Moshe Shai/Flash90)

Air Canada, which recently resumed its flights to Israel last Wednesday, has stopped selling tickets to Israel, according to a report by Yisrael Hayom. The airline had previously halted its operations to and from Israel at the onset of the war with Hamas, and resumed only last week.

However, following a recent attack by Iran on Israel and the temporary closure of the airport, Air Canada has decided not to sell tickets until the end of May.

The next scheduled flight by Air Canada to Israel is on June 2, but it remains uncertain if this flight will occur or if further rescheduling will happen.

United Airlines has also suspended its flights to Israel and has not yet announced when it will resume service.

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