British Airways (BA) has revealed plans to resume flights to and from Israel, beginning in April.
The airline, which suspended services to Tel Aviv in October amid the growing hostilities between Israel and Hamas, said it was aiming to launch four return services per week from 1 April.
It was understood that these would be on short-haul aircraft as BA anticipated weak demand due to the continued fighting in the region.
The decision, the airline confirmed, would be kept under review because of the evolving nature of the conflict.
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