The Israeli government has approved a temporary amendment to their aviation law to allow airlines 90 days to issue cash refunds for flights that the airline cancelled between March 1-May 31.
Previously the law required a cash refund within 21 days.
The amendment also wipes out any additional compensation owed for cancellations and delays from March 1-May 31.
That end date can be extended for up to 9 additional months.
Note that Israeli airlines are still subject to the laws of the countries that they fly to.
It’s worth noting that the US DoT is not waiving their requirements to issue timely cash refunds for cancelled flights and airlines that fail to do so will face enforcement actions.