Brussels Airlines will not resume flights to Tel Aviv until mid-December

Brussels Airlines will continue to suspend its flights to and from Tel Aviv in Israel for a while longer. The company's website states that regular operations will not resume before 14 December at the earliest.

Continuation of the suspended flights stems from the ongoing uncertainty due to the Israel-Hamas conflict. The decision impacts all airlines within the German Lufthansa group, including Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and Swiss.

The group has also halted its flights to and from Lebanon until 14 December, but Brussels Airlines does not directly flight to this destination. Travel between Brussels Airport and the Lebanese capital of Beirut is provided by Middle East Airlines.



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