Israeli airlines sign aid agreements with state

Israeli airline companies have signed agreements with the state regarding aid packages on Thursday morning, according to a report by The Jerusalem Post's sister publication Maariv.
According to the agreements, Israir Airlines will receive a credit of NIS 140 million from the state, while El Al will fire 1,300 employees as part of a new working agreement. The agreements are meant to ease the transition of the airlines into routine activity and to do as soon as possible.
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