The Hong Kong airline has suspended flights between Tel Aviv and Hong Kong between February 24 and March 31 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Israeli carrier, which last operated flights from London Stansted in 2009, will launch a five-times a week service starting June 28.
Minister of Transport Bezalel Smotrich: If the state wants to preserve its civil aviation, it has to help.
LAYAM has invested NIS 1.5 million in renovating and enhancing its new duty free store in Ben Gurion airport's Terminal 3.
Gonen Usishkin says all airlines are in crisis over the coronavirus and El Al may have to make painful decisions.
The investment is through BGI Investments, controlled by Rami Levy and Shalom Haim.
Low-cost competition was causing the Israeli carrier turbulence well before the East Asian virus but falling fuel prices may ease the pain.
The Israeli carrier is also extending the suspension of Tel Aviv – Beijing flights until April 24, but Tokyo flights will go ahead as planned.
Bookings are down and cancellations are up as tourism slumps. Hoteliers are hoping that Israelis reluctant to travel abroad will pick up the slack.
Prices of flights under the Anadolu Jet low-cost brand will be 10% lower than regular Turkish Airlines flights.
The Israeli carrier, which has cancelled all flights to China, expects to make up most of the fall by reducing operational expenses.
As more and more disabled people travel, accessibility will become very good business. Israel is well positioned to take its share.
Isrotel has invested $23 million in renovating the 115-room Galilee hotel overlooking the Hula Valley and Kinneret.
Israeli airline Arkia will offer fights from Tel Aviv to Ljubljana, Tivat, and Skiathos.
Ashdod plans 15 hotels with 4,000 rooms built in the coming decade for its seafront with cheaper prices for tourists than Tel Aviv.
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