As they prepare to resume flights to Israel and other countries in coming weeks, carriers’ reputations and customer base are at stake
An Israeli who lives in Odessa was able to get the director of Ben-Gurion Airport to help him obtain a much-needed medicine.
The move comes after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Sudanese leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan in February and announced that they would take steps towards normalization.
The empty planes will be able to supply necessary items under short notice to companies that require them.
Flights will be operated according to the level of customer demand, Usishkin said, after the government decided to require 14 days of self-quarantine for all citizens and foreign nationals.
The airline, which typically has six weekly flights between the two cities, said it would delay flights from February 24 until March 28.
Najib told online news portal Free Malaysia Today that Malaysian officials had considered such a scenario during their investigation but had chosen not to make their views public.
Many of the 176 who perished in the disaster were Iranians with dual citizenship, which is not recognized by Iran. Canada had 57 citizens on board.
Kuwait's regime is also embroiled in bias against Israelis.
The epidemic has led to mass evacuations of foreign citizens and risks exacerbating a slowdown in growth in the world's second-largest economy.