Yesterday saw Delta Air Lines announce that all of its flights to Tel Aviv, Israel will now be cancelled until November 15 at the earliest.
The airline has continued to monitor the situation in the region following the October 7 attacks by Hamas.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Delta Air Lines Cancels Tel Aviv Flights Until November 15…
“Delta is canceling additional flights between the U.S. and Tel Aviv because of ongoing conflict in the region.”
“Delta is continuously monitoring the security environment in Israel to inform cancellations to our flight schedule to and from Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv (TLV).”
“Our hearts are with all who are impacted as our people work to find safe alternatives for customers”.
“Delta will cancel all flights between JFK and TLV scheduled to depart between Nov. 1-15. Sales of these flights are suspended effective today (24th October).”
“Additionally, while booking was suspended earlier this month for TLV flights to and from ATL and BOS, Delta will cancel all flights between these markets Nov. 1 and beyond.”
Airlines around the world continue to monitor the situation in Tel Aviv, with Delta being the latest in such cancellation extensions.
For example, airBaltic recently announced that all services into the Israeli airport would be cancelled as far as 2024 due to the uncertainty behind this.
All eyes will be on the airlines who continue to make such decisions based on what is going on in Israel at present.
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