French flag carrier Air France has recommenced its commercial flights to Israel.
The airline’s operations in Israel resumed with a flight departing from Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport and landing at Ben Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv.
Air France stopped all commercial flights to Israel on Oct. 8, a day after the Hamas attack in southern Israel and the outbreak of the conflict.
According to an Air France statement, it will meanwhile operate partially on the Tel Aviv-Paris route, with three weekly flights, compared to the two daily flights it operated until the start of the conflict.
The airline added that it regularly monitors the geopolitical situation to ensure the highest level of safety on flights to Israel.
Transavia, a subsidiary of Air France-KLM Group which also owns Air France, is scheduled to resume its flights from Paris and Lyon to Tel Aviv on Feb. 1.
Air France’s sister airline KLM has not yet announced the resumption of its flights on the Amsterdam-Tel Aviv route.
Earlier this month, Germany’s flagship airline Lufthansa, and Lufthansa Groups’ subsidiaries, Austrian Airlines and Swiss, resumed flights to Israel.