Delta Passengers Outraged After Ben & Jerry’s Served on Flight to Israel

Passengers handed back the anti-Israel ice cream to the flight attendants.

Health, Education Ministries Disagree on COVID-19 Guidelines, Morbidity Still Skyrocketing

"There is a dramatic rise in the number of confirmed cases among those returning from abroad. Almost 80 percent are vaccinated."

Two Israeli Airlines Launch First Ever Direct Flights to Morocco

The Israir flight left Tel Aviv at 8:15 A.M. local time with about 100 people on board, including the Israeli businessman Rami Levi.

Traveling to Israel This Summer? Read This First.

Traveling to the Jewish State with a family member or partner? Each person must still fill out their own request for entry, with all the paperwork attached.

Israel Closed for Most (Foreign) Tourism Thru July 26

Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked is considering closing the airport completely for all incoming and outgoing flights if the numbers Covid morbidity numbers rise too high.

Thousands of Arriving Passengers Line Up for COVID-19 Tests at BGI Airport

“The responsibility for everything that happens at Ben Gurion Airport must be transferred to the management of Ben Gurion Airport."

Tourism Minister Cancels ‘Israel Vacation’ Program over ‘Insane’ Prices

One of Razvozov's plans would be to cut regulations on the industry, provided that the savings would go back to the taxpayers.

As COVID-19 Prevalence Rises; Health Ministry Restrictions Slowly Return

The positivity rate for COVID-19 in Israel has tripled within the past few days.

No Tourists in Israel Before August

The spike in Coronavirus infections from the Delta variant has raised red flags.

Israel-US Travelers Face Significant Summer Scheduling Challenges

Three major US airlines . . . face 'significant' shortages. Hundreds of American Airlines flights were this past weekend; cancelations to continue through July.

Jewish Kreplach Saved this Polish Restaurant from Ruin during the Corona Pandemic

"Before the war, Jews constituted a significant part of the population of Bobowa," Szczepanek explained.

Israir to Launch Direct Flights to Morocco

Morocco is the fourth Arab nation to join the "circle of peace" recently after the initial signing of the Abraham Accords by Israel, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan.

Israeli 5-Year-Old, Seriously Injured, Sole Survivor of Cable Car Accident, Opened his Eyes

"It was a conscious choice dictated by economic reasons, and the cable car service was supposed to be suspended."

Israir Cancels Flight to Dubai After Failure to Obtain Saudi Airspace Clearance

“The flight was finally approved. It was a technical issue.”

First Vaccinated Birthright Israel Group From America Lands in Tel Aviv

The participants—vaccinated students from the United States—arrived for a 10-day educational tour, visiting such places as the Golan Heights, Safed, Jerusalem, Masada, the Dead Sea and Tel Aviv.

El Al Chairman David Brodet Resigns – Company Was Grounded Throughout his Term

Brodet noted that his eight months in office coincided with a time when the company's operations had been almost completely discontinued due to the Corona crisis.

Israel Railways Suspends Service from Tel Aviv to Be’er Sheva

The company said train service was being suspended for “security reasons.”

Arab Rioters Destroyed Light Rail Stop on Shabbat

"Kfir strongly condemns any damage done to the light rail."

Overseas Planes Diverted to Eilat Airport, 3 US Airlines Cancel Flights

United Airlines, American Airlines and Delta all cancelled flights to Tel Aviv on Wednesday as the conflict intensified.

Israeli Airlines Allow Passengers to Reschedule

The change must be made to the same destination, but with a future date.

Train Service Halted in Southern Region

The Sderot, Netivot and Ofakim stations are temporarily closed.

Israeli Health Ministry Issues New Guidelines for International Entry and Exit

To date, 5,403,739 have received their first dose of the vaccine, 5,054,606 the second.

Israel Among US State Department’s List of ‘Do Not Travel’ Nations

In Israel, the last open designated coronavirus hospital unit is at Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem, where just three patients are in treatment.

Good News for Travelers: Airport Train Station Reopens This Week

The train station at the airport has been closed for more than a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

New Israir Owners Cancel Shabbat Flights

"We want to reach a situation in which there's a weekly day of rest for the pilots as well."

Delegation of American Jewish Leaders to Visit Israel in First Post-Pandemic Travel

Dubbed “A Journey Home,” the group plans to be there from May 26-31, during Memorial Day weekend in the United States.

Israel to Begin Receiving Vaccinated Tourists on May 23

In the first stage of a phased plan, a limited number of tour groups will start to arrive, with individual travelers being admitted at a later date, says Tourism Ministry.

Israeli Health Ministry Mulling Letting Tourists into the Country

This will involve issues of political sensitivity, among other things, regarding the United Arab Emirates, which administers the Chinese vaccine that's not recognized in Israel.

Day After Etihad Lands in Israel, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Announces NIS 89 Flights...

The flights from Abu Dhabi to Tel Aviv will be available three times per week in April, moving to daily flights in May.


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