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United Airlines to Restart Daily Service Between New York-Newark and Tel Aviv From March 2024

Starting March 2, 2024, United Airlines plans on resuming daily service between New York-Newark and Tel Aviv.  The initial flights on March 2nd and 4th will stop in Munich to ensure all service providers are prepared to support the restarted route.

United Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner - Courtesy United Airlines

On Wednesday (February 21, 2024), United Airlines announced plans to restart daily service between New York-Newark (EWR) and Tel Aviv (TLV) from March 2024.  The initial flights on March 2nd and 4th will stop in Munich to ensure service providers are prepared to support the restarted route, and there will be no flight on March 3rd and 5th.  However, United plans to offer regular daily EWR-TLV service starting March 6, 2024.  In taking the decision to resume service on this route, United conducted a detailed safety analysis, including close collaboration with safety experts, U.S. and Israeli government officials, as well as pilot and cabin crew unions.

The carrier will continue to monitor the situation in Tel Aviv and adjust the schedule as needed.  United hopes to resume a second daily flight on the route as soon as May 2024, as travel demand is restored.  Previous flying to Tel Aviv from San Francisco (SFO), Washington Dulles (IAD) and Chicago O’Hare (ORD) are being evaluated for potential restoration of service service this fall.  Flight on the EWR-TLV route are now available for booking on the United website and app, along with service on partner airlines, including Lufthansa.

At United Airlines, ‘Good Leads the Way.’  The airline operates the most comprehensive network among North American carriers with U.S. hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.  As measured by available seat miles (ASMs), United is now the world’s largest airline.  Shares in the company’s parent, United Airlines Holdings, Inc., are publicly traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol ‘UAL.’


Source: United Airlines/PRNewswire

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