After a record-breaking year for Israeli tourism in 2019, the corona-virus pandemic has brought international travel to a halt in early 2020. And since the list of airlines and flights to Tel Aviv during COVID-19 is constantly changing, it can be quite confusing. Ben Gurion International Airport has experienced a flight reduction of close to 85% compared to the usual schedule of flights to Tel Aviv. In addition to the daily United Airlines route between Newark, New Jersey and Tel Aviv, limited options include rescue and cargo flights. However, as restrictions are slowly eased, flights to Israel in October 2020 are anticipated to begin resuming gradually.