United Airlines Resumes Flights from New York/Newark to Tel Aviv Starting March 2

United Airlines (Boeing 787-10)

United Airlines is set to resume flights from New York/Newark to Tel Aviv starting March 2.

This marks the first time an American airline has resumed flights to Tel Aviv since the onset of hostilities between Hamas and Israel. To confirm operational readiness, flights will operate via Munich on March 2 and 4. From March 6 onwards, there will be one round trip per day. The Boeing 787-10 aircraft will be used.

United Airlines will continue to monitor the situation in Tel Aviv and adjust the schedule as necessary, including changing the date of resumption. There are plans to increase the frequency to two round trips per day in May if demand recovers, and the consideration of resuming flights from San Francisco, Washington, and Chicago starting in the fall.

In preparation for the resumption of flights, detailed safety analyses were conducted, including close cooperation with security experts, and government officials from both the United States and Israel, as well as coordination with labor unions, to ensure the safety of employees and provide them with sufficient information.

UA84 New York/Newark (15:55) to Tel Aviv (09:20+1)
UA85 Tel Aviv (11:30) to New York/Newark (16:40)

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