192 South Koreans In Israel For A Short Stay Return Home Safely

South Korean Tourists From Tel Aviv Arrived Home Safely

A plane carrying 192 South Korean tourists arrived safely at Incheon Airport on the morning of October 11, five days after an attack by the Palestinian militant group Hamas sparked armed conflict in Israel.

In addition to the 190 or so people who entered the country today, the ministry is guiding the remaining short-term visitors to depart via air and land.

On October 9, major U.S. airlines including American Airlines, United Airlines, and Delta Air Lines said they had suspended flights to Tel Aviv, Israel.

Korean Air, which flies between Incheon and Tel Aviv three times a week, also announced that it was canceling all scheduled flights.

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