Kuwait Airways halted all interEurope routes in order to avoid further civil and criminal charges in Europe for its refusal to allow Israel citizens to fly.
The Michelin travel company is being criticized for not including an Israel guide in its suite of esteemed travel and dining books.
The Passover pilgrimage to Six Flags, which some years is open exclusively to visitors from the Orthodox Union’s National Conference of Synagogue Youth.
Students from outside of Israel who visit Israel on identity programs such as Birthright and Masa can now extend their time in Israel by up to six months.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) honored Rabbi Abba Cohen for improving airport screening for haredi Jews.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry blamed supporters of Israel for a visa waiver law that excludes Iranians and visitors to Iran from visa-free travel to the US.
The US state department is reminding citizens that a travel advisory for Israel, the West Bank and Gaza is still in place.
International travelers often wind up a handful of leftover foreign coins from their travel and no easy way to exchange them for their home currency.
The Dept of Transportation sent a letter notifying Kuwait Airways that it violated anti-discrimination law when it refused to sell a ticket to an Israeli.
Tourism in Israel in the past year has made a reported comeback from a downward spiral during and shortly after Operation Protective Edge last Summer.