Fire Ravages Jewish Girls’ Camp Outside Albany

Due to the coronavirus regulations, the camp was not in session.

Greece, Israel Sign Tourism Deal to Allow 600 Israelis to Visit Per Week

Israelis will reportedly be limited to four locations and will have to remain in quarantine until receiving the results of a pre-flight COVID-19 test.

With No Incoming Tourism, Jerusalem Shifts Focus to Israelis

The city is offering free entrances to tourist attractions, culinary tours, tour guides, and other attractions.

Israel to Begin Partial reopening of skies on Aug. 16

Tourism Minister Asaf Zamir called the move “important news for the aviation sector and all Israelis.”

Eli Rosenberg Gets Permit to Buy Controlling Stake in El Al Airlines

"Now comes the moment of truth - my offer is the only way to rehabilitate El Al and take it forward to where it should be. "

100 Doctoral Students from India Arrive in Israel on Bar-Ilan U, Israir Special Flight

The students will be absorbed in labs at all Israeli universities, including those researching coronavirus.

El Al Offered $75 Million by Eli Rosenberg

Rosenberg wants control of the airline in exchange for the $75 million.

Israir Employees Grounded Till Next Year

The airline will lay off more than half of its employees – 245 of its 420-strong work force – until the end of February 2021.

American Airlines to Revive Flights Between New York and Tel Aviv

The new nonstop flight is part of the first long-haul international flights that American has launched from New York in more than four years.

El Al Announces Flight Suspension Extended till Aug. 31

Nearly all of the airline's 6,500 employees have been on unpaid leave since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

El Al Desperately Trying to Delay Paying $400 Million to Class Action Travelers

The lawsuit claims that the way El Al treats its customers reflects a hostile attitude whereby the company ignores their complaints and expects them to understand its plight.

New: Israel Allows Diaspora Relatives to Enter Israel

Everyone wishing to travel to Israel under these circumstances still must apply for a special permit at your local Israeli Consulate.

United Airlines to Launch Tel Aviv-Chicago Route, Add More Flights to Israel

United also increasing service to Israel out of its New York/Newark hub from one flight a day to 10 weekly flights.

Israel Nationalizes El Al – 17 Years After Privatization

The deal is conditioned on El Al signing collective bargaining agreements with its employees that reflect efficiency measures required by the Finance Ministry.

El Al Grounds All Aircraft Due to Labor Dispute

El Al is still negotiating with the government to receive aid in order to keep the airline alive.

Delta Airlines Loses 10 Employees to COVID-19

Delta Airlines employs a total of 90,000 workers worldwide.

Israel Extends COVID-19 Travel Restrictions until August 1

The ban on foreigners arriving at Ben-Gurion International Airport—and requirement for Israelis returning from abroad to self-quarantine for 14 days—was scheduled to expire on July 1• Meanwhile, many airlines have resumed flights to and from Tel Aviv.

EU Ratifies Open Skies Agreement with Israel

“This is a diplomatic achievement with significant economic impact on the State of Israel,” the Foreign Ministry stated Thursday.

El Al Extends Israel Passenger Service Suspension Until July 31

The current service suspension was scheduled to end on June 30.

Israel to United Arab Emirates: Good Luck on Your Mars Mission

Some 150 Emirati engineers, researchers and scientists have been working on the Emirates Mars Mission since the project was inaugurated in 2014, and is slated to arrive in Mars’ orbit by 2021.

Israel Ready to Nationalize El Al with Potential $150 Million Investment

The Finance Ministry demands a salary reduction across the board of El Al's management and Board of Directors, as well as taking away their privileges such as free flights in Business and First Class.

First International Dead Sea Photo Competition Attracts Global Attention

Among the 3,500-plus photographers participating in the Israeli-initiated challenge were photographers from the Palestinian Authority, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

Jerusalem’s Old City Cable Car and Fast Train Plans May Get Derailed

Critics believe that the project is controversial and would solidify Israeli control of the city, as well as ruin the view, and are fighting to prevent both from being constructed.

Israel Public Transportation Slowly Returns to Normal

Israel Railways will resume its service on June 8, after receiving a green light from the Health Ministry.

El Al Extends Suspension of Passenger Flights to June 20

“In light of the low demand for passenger flights, the company has decided to extend the temporary cessation of flights,” said the airline.

Egypt Extends Ban on International Flights

All Egyptian airports ceased accepting international flights on March 19 in accordance with the government directive.

EasyJet Targeted in Cyber Attack

Credit card details for 2,208 customers were also accessed, the European budget airline said in its statement.

EL AL Reportedly Suffered $60 Million Loss in 2019

That loss came before the coronavirus, which has only grounded planes and cost the airlines even more money.


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