Israir has flown 100,000 passengers since the beginning of the Corona crisis

This figure places the company as the most active at Ben Gurion Airport. According to data from the Airports Authority published today for flights to Eilat, the company flew over 22,000 passengers in July, a decrease of 33% compared to last year

Israir: The airline active at Ben Gurion Airport during the Corona period. PR photo

Since the beginning of the crisis, Israir has flown over one hundred thousand passengers on rescue flights and domestic flights. This figure places Israir as the most active company at Ben Gurion Airport.

Throughout the period, Israir carried out rescue flights for the return of Israelis from various countries around the world, assisted in the immigration of about a thousand immigrants to Israel, performed complex flights for the defense industry, cargo flights and maintained the route between Eilat and the center.

According to data from the Airports Authority published today for flights to Eilat, the company flew over 22,000 passengers in July, a decrease of 33% compared to last year (attached)

Israir employees reported– “We are proud and happy to be part of this important and vital activity during the crisis”

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