Israel's central airport, named for the first prime minister
Airports Authority hoping to publish tender within three weeks to ensure system in place for when government opens skies
Currently, Israel's main port of entry - Ben-Gurion Airport - does not have an efficient coronavirus screening protocol in place due to Health Ministry objection.
"We can operate safe civilian aviation even under the shadow of coronavirus,” CEO of Ben-Gurion Airport Shmuel Zakay wrote on Facebook.
IATA says the government must consider a package of measures to support Israeli airlines and develop plans to restart the aviation industry.
Some 2,500 IAA employees currently on unpaid leave were set to stop receiving unemployment benefits on July 1.
In 2015, the Israeli government committed itself to bringing some 9,000 additional Falash Mura to Israel over a period of five years.
The route between San Francisco International Airport and Ben-Gurion Airport will return to its regular schedule of three flights a week.
A total of 18,197 international passengers passed through Israel's leading transportation hub last month, compared to approximately 1.93 million during May 2019.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Israel Katz also announced new measures to ease the financial crisis.
The document provided a list of 20 'green' countries that are most likely to reopen due to low or dropping rates of coronavirus infection.