Israel

El Al Q2 revenue down 74% on 2019 figure ahead of historic UAE flight

The carrier is struggling to offset the loss of revenue due to the coronavirus lockdown, which has seen passenger routes slashed. An El Al Israel Airlines Boeing 737-900ER airplane takes off from the Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas airport as seen from Paracuellos del Jarama, outside Madrid, Spain, August 8, 2018 El Al airlines’s revenue in the second quarter of 2020 was ...

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Israel Holds Tender for Flight to United Arab Emirates Next Week

TEL AVIV — Israel’s government has asked the country’s airlines to submit bids for a special flight to carry an Israeli delegation and top aides to U.S. President Donald Trump to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) next week, an aviation source said on Thursday. Israel and the UAE agreed to normalise relations under a U.S.-brokered deal announced on Aug. 13, ...

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SuperCom Awarded New 5 Year National Electronic Monitoring Contract in Latvia

TEL AVIV, Israel: A global provider of secure solutions for the e-government, public safety, healthcare, and finance sectors, announced it was awarded a new 5-year contract with the national government of Latvia to deploy its enhanced PureSecurity Electronic Monitoring (EM) Suite, including both RF House Arrest and GPS tracking. The nationwide program with the Ministry of Justice is set to ...

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Israel said girding for bids to kick it out of global projects over annexation

Report says government seeking to identify, cajole countries that could potentially push to sideline it from programs like EU’s Horizon 2020 Left to right: EU Ambassador to Israel Emanuele Giaufret, Nili Shalev, ISERD Director General and Aharon Aharon, CEO, Israel Innovation Authority at the Horizon 2020 awards ceremony in Jaffa on June 4, 2019 (Yossi Zamir; GPO) Israeli officials are ...

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Israel Taps Local Firm IDE in Desalination Tender Over Hong Kong Rival

View of the Sorek Desalination Plant.  Jerusalem (Reuters/Hamodia) – Israel on Tuesday chose local company IDE Technologies over a Chinese-linked rival to build the country’s largest desalination plant to help battle water shortages that could arise from climate change. The new desalination plant will be added to five facilities already in operation in Israel. The project, to be financed by a ...

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Top Israel court hears bids to bar Netanyahu from forming new govt

Either case carries with it the danger of forcing another election, after three polls in less than a year failed to produce a government and left the country in a grinding political deadlock. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stands at an overview of the Israeli settlement of Har Homa, located in an area of the Israeli-occupied West Bank, that Israel ...

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