Jerusalem Pearl Hotel to be Rebuilt

For 15 years, the once beautiful hotel has been a shuttered eyesore opposite the walls of Jerusalem.

Female Air France Crew Members Can Decline Flights to Tehran

Female staff at Air France can opt out of flight routes to Iran so they won't be forced to wear head scarves.

NY Gov. Cuomo, NJ Gov. Christie Cancel Trip to Peres Funeral Due to Deadly...

NY Gov. Cuomo and NJ Gov. Christie both remained Stateside to serve their living constituents after a deadly train crash, rather than go to Israel for the Peres funeral.

Ryanair Flying to Israel with Big Boost to Negev

Europe's low-fare airline will fly three routes to the Ovda Airport, northwest of Eilat.

Muslim Lawmaker in Netherlands Calls Israeli Teens ‘Future Child Murderers’

City Councilman Abdoe Khoulani called the teens “future Zionist terrorists, occupiers and those who murder children.”

Haredim Claim Delta Overbooked and Falsely Blamed Them for Delay

Were you on the plane? Let us know what really happened.

EL AL Stops All Flights Beginning Thursday Night

EL AL will continue to operate “rescue flights” to retrieve stranded Israelis, in addition to the ongoing cargo flights.

Israeli Hiker Killed While Trekking the Ganges in India

An Israeli hiker was killed while he and his family were trekking along the Ganges River in India.

Israir, Arkia Suspend International Flights

The move follows a decision by Israel to impose a 14-day home quarantine on every person arriving in the Jewish State.

Jewish State PM Welcomed by Ukraine’s Jewish President

Actor, screenwriter, comedian, director and politician Zelensky, who was inaugurated as President on May 20, was born in 1978 to Jewish parents in Kryvyi Rih, Soviet Ukraine.

El Al to Start Flights from Tel Aviv to Chicago and Tokyo, Renew Boston...

The airline had wanted to start the flights last year, but the coronavirus outbreak delayed those plans.

China to Launch Beijing-Tel Aviv Flights

China's Hainan Airlines plans to start flying between Beijing and Tel Aviv three times a week starting in September, reflecting the sharp rise in...

Bennett: Israel ‘Likely to Reopen the Skies’ in Coming Week

Since there are now tens of thousands of cases of the coronavirus in Israel, another 50 or so infections from incoming travelers are “meaningless.”

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.

Where Am I: Army Camp?

Bonus Question: Name that Unit.

Electra Airways Pilot Makes Successful Landing After Harrowing Ordeal

Miraculously, although the rear left tire was indeed inoperable, the other three tires held up.

Transportation Minister Takes Media for ‘Fast, Free Ride’

Katz gave his word that the line would open on time on the eve of Passover the year, even though it probably would not be able to run the entire length of the route.

El Al Pilots’ ‘Italian Strike’ Creating Massive Delays

Israel's 2012 Aviation Services Act compels airlines to provide passengers whose flight was delayed by at least two hours with food and drink as well as communication services.

Egypt Extends Ban on International Flights

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

Israel to Pre-Purchase $210 Million in Tickets to Save El Al

The down payment transaction came to life after the failure of a year-long negotiation between El Al and Bank Leumi and Bank Discount for a $300 million.

US Mulling Visa Waiver for Israelis

The issue is expected to be raised in President Biden and Prime Minister Bennett's meeting Thursday.


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