United Airlines said it will resume flights from the United States to Israel beginning in March.
In the most recent trading session, United Airlines (UAL) closed at $44.05, indicating a +1.36% shift from the previous trading day.
United Airlines said on Wednesday it plans to resume direct U.S. flights to Israel early next month, becoming the first American carrier to resume service since the Oct. 7 attack by Hamas militants on southern Israel. United, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines all suspended U.S. service to Israel in October following the attack. Chicago-based United said it will resume flights from Newark to Tel Aviv next month but does not plan to restart flights from other U.S. cities until at least this fall.