With Delta announcing that it will be resuming its New York to Tel Aviv flight route on June 7 following “an extensive security risk assessment by the airline,” prospective travelers may want to know what other airlines are also planning their returns to the Holy Land, and what airlines are currently offering flights.

The below list is subject to change as events continue to unfold, but here’s a look at what’s going where as of April 5, 2024:

Airlines currently offering flights to and from Israel (in alphabetical order).

  • Aegean Airlines (Europe)
  • Air France (Europe)
  • Air Europa (Europe)
  • Air India (Asia)
  • Austrian Airlines (Europe)
  • Arkia (Europe, Middle East)
  • Blue Bird (Europe, Middle East)
  • British Airways (Europe)
  • Brussels Airlines (Europe)
  • Cathay Pacific (Asia)
  • Cyprus Airways (Europe)
  • Easyjet (Europe)
  • El Al (Europe, North America, Asia, Africa)
  • Ethiopian Airlines (Africa)
  • Etihad Airways (Middle East)
  • Eurowings (Europe)
  • Finnair (Europe)
  • Flydubai (Middle East)
  • Georgian Airways (Europe)
  • Hainan Airlines (Asia)
  • Heisaki (Europe)
  • Israir (Europe, Middle East)
  • ITA (Europe)
  • LOT (Europe)
  • Lufthansa (Europe)
  • Smart Wings (Europe)
  • Swiss (Europe)
  • Transavia (Europe)
  • TUS Airways (Europe, Middle East)
  • Wizz Air (Europe)

Airlines resuming operation in April 2024:

  • Air Canada (North America)
  • Bulgaria Air (Europe)
  • Iberia (Europe)
  • KLM (Europe)
  • Korean Air (Asia)
  • United Airlines (North America)

Airlines resuming operation in June 2024:

  • Delta (North America)
  • Vueling (Europe)

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Originally Posted at israel21c.org