The Tamir flight company won the Transportation Ministry's tender on Wednesday, allowing the resumption of flights between Tel Aviv and the northern city of Rosh Pina starting on Sunday.
The route, handled by Arkia, had been cancelled last month due to financial losses, making transportation between the Upper Galilee and the central region more difficult.
According to the new schedule, there were expected to be three flights in each direction. In the past, this route transported 3,000 passengers per month, primarily for the purpose of getting to work.
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