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United Airlines has announced its plans to reestablish flight connections between the US and Israel this coming March.

In a statement, United said they will “resume a daily flight from New York/Newark to Tel Aviv, the first step in restoring vital passenger and cargo service that was suspended in October.”

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The Initial flights, beginning on March 2 and March 4, will make a stop in Munich. According to the airline, the stop is “to ensure all service providers are ready to support non-stop service to and from Newark.” It added its “goal is to resume daily nonstop service to Tel Aviv beginning March 6.”

The airline’s approach to resuming flights was grounded in thorough safety assessments, including “close work with security experts and government officials in the United States and Israel.”

The airline also shared its intentions of resuming other nonstop flights from around the US to Israel. They said, “We’re eager to resume a second daily Tel Aviv flight from Newark as soon as May as travel demand recovers.”


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