Pilots are still ignoring the back-to-work order by the Tel Aviv District Labor Court. A new hearing is set for Feb. 22.
The striking pilots were ordered back to work and both sides were criticized by the judge at the Tel Aviv District Labor Court.
Israel's national carrier is having difficulties with its premier pilots, who are being uncooperative due to anger over another wage dispute.
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