British Airways announced on Friday its intention to recommence flights to Israel in April, reversing the suspension implemented in October due to security concerns arising from the Israel-Hamas conflict.
The announcement came from the airline, a subsidiary of the London-listed aviation conglomerate IAG, confirming plans to resume operations to Tel Aviv starting April 1st.
Although the route will resume with a frequency of four times per week, British Airways plans to utilize smaller aircraft compared to pre-conflict levels, anticipating subdued demand in the current climate.
Following the onset of the war, numerous airlines halted their services to Israel, citing safety considerations. However, Air France, Lufthansa, and Ryanair are among those that have since disclosed plans to reinstate flights to the region.