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The companies said the decision comes from security concerns but didn't give any details about what prompted the change.
The Lawfare Project sends Expedia letter in opposition to the discriminatory Kuwait Airways policy
"British Airways' choice to make its Israel route one of the first lines on which the plane will operate is an expression of confidence by the company in Israel."
Travelers in Poland who wish to experience Israel will now find more ways to fly to Tel Aviv this summer.
By BECKY BROTHMAN
In contrast, an Israeli national would be allowed up to 24 hours to change planes in Dubai even though the United Arab Emirates lacks diplomatic relations with Israel.
Coupled with the price of fuel going down, airlines in every corner of the world are coming up with new and innovative ways to relieve you of your hard-earned cash.
By MARK FELDMAN
So far only Airlines owned by Arab states impacted. Clarifications on Department of Homeland Security restrictions expected Thursday.
The Tourism Ministry convinced SAS airline to restart route with a cash subsidy of NIS 235 per passenger.
By AMY SPIRO
Tehran examining jet delivery swap with Turkish Air, leaders want to show nuclear deal is paying dividends
If you’re ever on an overbooked flight in which volunteers are needed, be prepared to negotiate.
WOW Air, Iceland's low-cost carrier, will start offering four weekly flights from Tel Aviv to Reykjavik, starting in June 2017.
By SHARON UDASIN
Eight El Al airline supervisors are threatening to resign, including the company's chief pilot, without whom a flight company cannot legally operate.
The flight and business class experience, which United has nicknamed Polaris, is expensive, but convenient.
By ADAM RASGON
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