The skies are set to reopen next month with United Airlines also restarting Tel Aviv - San Francisco flights.
Both Air Canada and British Airways are renewing flights to Israel. According to the British Airways website, London - Tel Aviv flights will recommence from Friday May 1. Flights will leave London Heathrow daily at 5pm for Tel Aviv and leave Ben Gurion Airport for London from May 2 at 7.20am.
As things stand only Israeli passport holders and permanent residents will be allowed into Israel and passengers returning from abroad will be required to undergo 14 days self-isolation.
Air Canada is resuming Tel Aviv - Toronto flights from June 1 with three weekly flights with daily flights from June 23. Air Canada is resuming Tel Aviv - Montreal flights from June 24 with two weekly flights and three weekly flights from July 6.
United Airlines, which has been operating regular Tel Aviv - New York flights throughout the coronavirus crisis, is reintroducing two daily flights from May 20 and also resuming Tel Aviv - San Francisco flights from May 20.
Published by Globes, Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on April 20, 2020
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