Delhi- Tel Aviv flight from Air India
Air India to conduct direct flight from Delhi to Tel Aviv in Israel from 22nd March onwards. “The flight schedule would be extended to three times a week,” said the airline authorities.
Air India had planned to execute the service earlier, but later got abandoned, as other neighbouring counties refused to share their airspace for flying to Israel.
Meanwhile, decisions changed officially after Israel Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu told the reporters that Saudi Arabia had issued their acceptance for the national carrier to fly over their airspace while en-routing to Israel. Air Indian flights in general needs the airspace of Oman, Saudi Arabia and Jordan to reach its final destination at Tel Aviv.