Monday, April 27, 2020

Airlines Will Resume Israel Flights From May

Foreign airlines have been announcing the resumption of flights to Israel starting in May. So far, Low-cost Hungarian carrier Wizz Air, British Airways, and Air Canada flights are available for online booking, but there is still some doubt that the flights will actually happen.
Other airlines, too, are planning to resume their flights to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport (TLV), but not until June. These include Air India flights from New Delhi, Alitalia flights from Rome, and airBaltic flights from Riga.
Of the airlines ready to return to Israel in May, British Airways has already started to second guess the idea after moving the original start date back two weeks, from May 2 to May 16.
What seems to be giving airlines like British Airways cold feet is not knowing if the demand will be there when flights resume. Airline passengers are very wary of booking flights, fearing that if at the last minute they get canceled, it will be tough to get the money back. This has been seen with many airlines during the COVID-19 crisis.
27/04/20 Mark Finlay/Simple Flying
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