El Al to Stop Flying to Toronto, Warsaw and Brussels

The lines will be cancelled in October as a result of a labor dispute between the company and the pilots’ committee that led to a shortage of planes and pilots

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El Al Israel Airlines announced that it will no longer fly to Toronto, Warsaw and Brussels starting this October, with the cancellation of the routes coming as part of an optimization of the company's network being undertaken in response to the shortage of planes and pilots due to a labor dispute.

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