Air India has suspended its scheduled flights to and from Tel Aviv since October 7, and this suspension has now been extended due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. The situation in the Israel-Hamas conflict is currently deteriorating, which is affecting the operation of these flights.
Air India has extended the suspension of its scheduled flights to Tel Aviv until November 2 due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Hamas group. Flights to and from Tel Aviv have been temporarily halted since October 7, and the situation continues to impact the operation of these flights.
Under normal circumstances, Air India typically operates five flights a week to Tel Aviv, Israel, with services available on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. However, the airline has indicated its willingness to operate chartered flights as needed to facilitate the repatriation of Indian citizens from Israel.
Hamas is designated as a terrorist organization by several countries and international organizations, including the United States, the European Union, Israel, and others.