That's to be expected from an insignificant stock exchange and a third tier airline. To put in perspective, Emirates has a fleet of 160 wide body new generation aircraft with an average age of 6.4 yrs and a further 212 aircraft on order. Their order book is 1/3 the value of Israel's GDP lol. Compare that to the archaic El Al fleet of 43 ancient aircraft and an anemic order book of 4 planes.
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from the article: Hackers shut down Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, El Al websites