TEL AVIV, July 24 US Airways said on Thursday it
would be resuming flights to and from Israel after canceling its
nonstop service two days ago due to fighting between Israel and
Hamas militants in Gaza.
Asked whether flights would be resumed after the U.S.
Federal Aviation Administration lifted its ban on commercial
flights to Tel Aviv, the head of the airline's operations in
Israel, Esther Castiel, told Reuters: "Yes, from Philadelphia."
US Airways, a unit of American Airlines Group Inc,
flies daily to Tel Aviv from Philadelphia.
(Reporting by Steven Scheer; Editing by Tova Cohen)