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The (aviation) chaos theory – Israeli version

The fuel contamination that grounded many international and domestic flights in Israel last week exposed a characteristic of aviation – one single problem can create chaos. It was the ash cloud in Europe last year; it was fuel contamination last week in Israel on a smaller scale. This fact will apparently not be changed, but as […]

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Hot market getting hotter

The crowded Israeli skies seem to lure more and more businessmen that think they have the formula to make money by offering “the right thing” to passengers. A group of Israeli aviation entrepreneurs are getting ready to join the already very competitive market. They are negotiating the purchase of two Boeing 737-300s and have applied […]

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Ben-Gurion airport security checks: the dilemma

Human rights organizations in Israel consider it a great success. They refer to the high court of justice order to the state to explain why the security checks in Ben Gurion airport are not equal to all passengers. But this may be premature, as the situation will not change significantly. For years, human rights organizations […]

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