El Al puts dozens of pilots and attendants on unpaid leave

El Al notified dozens of pilots and flight attendants that they would return to unpaid leave on Tuesday, a week after Israel announced strict quarantine regulations and closed the country to foreigners amid concerns from the new strain of the coronavirus reported in the UK, according to Israeli media.
The company announced last week that it had decided to extend the unpaid leave of 4,780 employees until January 31, according to International Air Services.
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