Scuffle Over Chocolate - Due to the 'Occupation'?Channel 2 reporter insists video of Israelis arguing with Israir steward over duty-free chocolate the fault of the 'Occupation'.
Tablets, Devices Soon to be Allowed on TakeoffTravelers leaving from Ben Gurion Airport will soon be able to use small electronic devices during takeoff on flights leaving the country.
Russian Airlines Resume Flights to IsraelFollowing FAA measure, Russian airlines begin to lift their own ban on flights to Ben-Gurion.
Turkey' Extends Suspension of Israel FlightsTurkey's national carrier extends its suspension of direct flights to Tel Aviv, cites security reasons.
European Carriers Extend Flight Ban to IsraelHost of European airlines, Turkish air follow FAA lead in banning flights to Israel out of 'safety concerns.'
FAA Extends Ban on Flights to IsraelWashington still reportedly considering a decision to lift flight ban on Israel due to 'security concerns'.
Lufthansa Suspends Israel Flights for Another DayGerman aviation giant extends cancellations, but 22 carriers continue flights; Transportation Ministry preparing for 'the day after'.
Snake on Plane Causes 13-Hour DelayQantas passengers had to spend the night in a hotel after cabin crew found a small snake on board.
Frustrated Travellers at Airport During StrikeArutz Sheva visited the Ben Gurion Airport as Israelis waited to find out about their flights, before strike ended.
Netanyahu Welcomes End of Airline Strike"We will continue to make additional reforms to increase competition,” says Netanyahu after airlines agree to end strike.
Airlines Agree to End StrikeIsraeli airlines, Finance Ministry reach a deal; Israel will pay for airlines’ security costs.
Labor Court Asked to End Airline Workers' StrikeIsrael Manufacturers Association appeals to the Labor Court, asking that it issue an injunction against striking airline workers.
Bennett: Government Passed its First TestThe government passed its first test Sunday with the Open Skies agreement, Bennett says.
Bennett: Use the Threat of a Strike WiselyEconomy and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett is opposed to the planned strike by Israel’s airlines, supports Open Skies program.
Airlines: 'Open Skies' Will Close Us DownWorkers at Israel's airlines plan to strike beginning Sunday over the intentions of the government to implement the “Open Skies” policy
American Airlines, US Airways to Announce MergerAmerican Airlines and US Airways are set to formally announce a merger on Thursday in the United States.
European Politics and Airliner ‘Safety Ratings’?A German-based airliner crash evaluation center lists El Al's safety rating at 24 and Lufthansa at 11 but the numbers don't add up.
NY-Based JetBlue Gives Losing Voters Easy 'Escape'Planning to "leave the country" if your candidate loses the presidential election in the U.S. in November? Now there's a possible way out...
Ben-Gurion Passengers Get New 'Bill of Rights'Airlines and charter operators flying out of Israel had better get their act together, a new law says - otherwise, it's going to cost them