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UA First US-based Carrier to Revive Flights to Israel Following Hamas Terrorist Attack

United Airlines said its 'goal' is to fully resume daily nonstop service to Israel on March 6

United Airlines announced plans to resume flights to Israel on Wednesday, making it the first American carrier to resume service since the deadly Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attacks.

In a statement, the Chicago-based airline said that they plan to resume the daily route from New York/Newark to Tel Aviv in March.

The airline said that the first two flights, March 2 and 4, will stop at Munich International Airport in Switzerland to, “ensure all service providers are ready to support non-stop service to and from Newark.”

Read the rest of the story at FOX Business, here.

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