Fears of workers shortages at airways have grown, nonetheless, with the prospect of decreased flights looming.
Israir mentioned its flight schedule might be decreased in coming days as its overseas crews had been requested to depart the nation whereas some Israeli workers had been additionally recruited to combat.
Flights evacuating foreigners had been additionally leaving Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport.
Iceland mentioned on Monday night time it had flown out 126 Icelanders, 5 Faroese, 4 Norwegians and 12 Germans that had been stranded in Israel from Amman, Jordan, on a government-sponsored aircraft.
The Israeli airports authority mentioned 67,000 passengers had been anticipated to journey via Ben Gurion on Tuesday, in comparison with a mean of 80,000 below regular circumstances.
The authority added that it could limit flights to Ben Gurion airport’s Terminal 3 because of safety issues.