Lufthansa will restart its flights to Tel Aviv in January

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Lufthansa introduced on December 15 that it will resume flights to Tel Aviv from January 8. The German airline beforehand suspended its flights to Israel on October 9 due to the escalating battle with Hamas. With this determination, Lufthansa is likely one of the first worldwide airways to restart flights to Israel.

Although Israel didn’t shut its airspace to civilian flights after the October 7 assault by Hamas, a number of worldwide airways suspended flights to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport and Lebanon shortly after the battle broke out.

In addition to resuming flights to Tel Aviv, Lufthansa has additionally restarted beforehand suspended flights to Beirut. This was confirmed by the airline’s assertion, in which it talked about that Swiss Airlines and Eurowings have additionally restarted their flights to Beirut.

Lufthansa introduced that flights to Israel might be booked from Monday, December 18. However, there was no rapid response from different airways corresponding to Air France-KLM, British Airways proprietor IAG, Ryanair and EasyJet on whether or not they would observe go well with and restart their flights to Israel.

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