Delta Airlines said today, Wednesday, that it will cancel its flights between Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York until November 21.
Delta, which is based in Georgia, added today that reservations were suspended earlier this month for flights between Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv and airports in Atlanta and Boston.
The company added that all flights between these markets will be canceled as of the first of this November.
Delta had previously said that it would cancel all flights to Israel until November 15.
The day after a battle was launched “Al-Aqsa FloodAgainst Israel On October 7, dozens of American, Canadian, Asian, and European airlines suspended their direct flights to Tel Aviv and evacuated their employees from there as the confrontations escalated.
The Israeli Ministry of Finance said, days after the start of the “Al-Aqsa Flood,” that the Finance Committee of the Knesset (Parliament) had approved a plan to provide a government guarantee of $6 billion to cover insurance against war risks for Israeli airline companies.
The Palestinian resistance was led by Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades The military wing of Hamas launched this operation on the 7th of last October in response to the aggression of the occupation forces and settlers against the Palestinians, and the continued raids of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.
This operation was followed by Israel launching a war on… Gaza It entered its 26th day, leaving 8,796 martyrs, including 3,648 children and 2,290 women.