Air India has prolonged the suspension of its scheduled flights to and from Tel Aviv until October 18, amid the continued battle between Israel and the militant group Hamas.
The total-service service, which usually operates 5 weekly scheduled flights to Tel Aviv, had earlier suspended the providers until October 14.
An airline official on Saturday stated the scheduled flights to and from Tel Aviv have now been suspended until October 18.
The service will function chartered flights to convey again Indians relying on the necessities, the official added.
Usually, Air India operates 5 weekly flights to Tel Aviv from the nationwide capital. The service is on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Underneath Operation Ajay launched by the federal government to convey Indians who want to come again from Israel, the airline to date has operated two flights.
Following the unprecedented assaults on Israeli cities by Hamas militants, Israel has launched an enormous counter-offensive.