Canadian national airline Air Canada has announced that it won't resume flights to Israel earlier than July. The company suspended flights from Toronto after Iran's strike on Israel.

Israel's airspace was closed for seven hours on the night of April 14 when Iran attacked Israel with missiles and drones. Since then, Ben Gurion International Airport has been operating as usual. However, many foreign airlines have not yet resumed flights to Tel Aviv, citing "instability in the situation."

On April 16, the British budget airline EasyJet suspended flights to Israel until October 27.