Flights to and from Israel have resumed  with three countries: Greece,  Bulgaria and Croatia.

 The number of people flying to Greece will be limited to 600 a week and to four destinations: Thessaloniki, Athens, Corfu and Crete.

Passengers have to show a negative coronavirus test and be tested again upon arrival in Greece, where they will stay in quarantine until a negative result arrives. Upon returning to Israel, they will not have to go into quarantine. The flights operated by  Aegean Airlines and Israir.

KAN's Mark Weiss asked Mark Feldman, the CEO of the Jerusalem  travel company Ziontours, if this marks the beginning of the end of the travel industry's corona crisis.