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American Airlines provided the following statement to DansDeals,
“As a result of the current operating environment, American Airlines has temporarily suspended operations to and from Tel Aviv, Israel (TLV) through Dec. 4 and extended our travel alert providing additional flexibility to customers whose travel plans are impacted by this adjustment. We will continue working closely with our partner airlines to offer assistance to those looking to exit TLV with safety and security remaining our highest priorities.”
The airline operated daily 777 service from JFK to Israel, but the last AA flight to Tel Aviv was on Friday. The next available flight to purchase is on December 5th.
Delta previously sent this statement to DansDeals,
“As Delta continues monitoring events in the region, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our TLV flights through Oct. 31, 2023. Our hearts are with those who are impacted as our people work to find safe alternatives for customers trying to depart TLV. Notifications to customers about their specific flight will be communicated via the Fly Delta app, and contact information in their reservation; customers can also reach out to Delta Reservations for support. Delta will continue to explore options for customers to safely exit TLV via seats that become available on our partner airlines.”
Delta is not currently selling flights to Tel Aviv on any date.
United previously sent this statement to DansDeals,
“The safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. We operated two scheduled flights out of Tel Aviv late Saturday and early Sunday and accommodated our customers, crews and employee travelers who were at the airport. Our Tel Aviv flights will remain suspended until conditions allow them to resume.”
The next available United flight to purchase is on October 22nd.
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