Several major international airlines have suspended flights to Israel amid the war on Gaza. Delta, United Airlines, British Airways, American Airlines, and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have all canceled flights to Tel Aviv. Air France has also suspended flights to Israel, but has said that it will continue to operate flights to Tel Aviv if the situation improves.
The airlines have taken the decision to suspend flights to Israel due to safety concerns. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a warning to US airlines about the risks of flying to Israel, citing the potential for rocket attacks from Gaza. The FAA has also said that it will consider issuing a no-fly order for Israel if the situation worsens.
The decision by the airlines to suspend flights to Israel has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have expressed support for the decision, saying that it is necessary to protect the safety of passengers and crew. Others have criticized the decision, saying that it is unfair to the Israeli people and that it will harm the Israeli economy.
The war on Gaza has caused a humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip. The United Nations has said that at least 200 people have been killed in the Gaza Strip, including many civilians. The United Nations has also said that at least 2,000 people have been displaced from their homes by the violence.
The international community has urged both sides to end the violence and to return to the negotiating table. The United Nations is working with Egypt and other countries to try to broker a ceasefire.