United Airlines resumes its trip from New York/Newark to Tel Aviv.

The first stage of resuming essential passenger and goods transportation that was suspended in October will be resumed by United Airlines, which announced that it plans to resume a normal flight between New York/Newark and Tel Aviv.
On the March 2 and 4 flights from Newark to Tel Aviv, there will be a stop in Munich to ensure that all services providers are prepared for the non-stop support between NewARK and Tel Atavi. On March 3 and 5, there wo n’t be any flights from Newark to Tel Aviv. Starting on March 6, the airline hopes to continue normal daily service to Tel Aviv.
The main US carrier’s decision to continue service was based on a thorough safety analysis that included input from security experts and government representatives from both Israel and the United States. To create well-informed and safe techniques, near assistance was likewise maintained with the Air Line Pilots Association and the Association of Flight Attendants.
United Airlines will monitor the situation in Tel Aviv closely and make any necessary schedule changes, such as changes to the recently announced continuation of support from New York/Newark. When traveling demand increases, the carrier will launch a minute daily flight from Newark to Tel Aviv beginning in May. In the fall, United may also consider whether Israel’s airlines from San Francisco, Washington Dulles, and Chicago O’Hare can be resumed.
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