KLM will again operate flights to the Israeli city of Tel Aviv on Tuesday, May 25, a spokesman said on Sunday.

A condition for this is that Israel and the Palestinians, who agreed on a ceasefire in the night from Thursday to Friday, adhere to the truce.

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KLM decided on May 11 to cancel flights to Tel Aviv due to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.

A risk assessment later that week revealed that the situation was not yet safe enough to resume flights.

The Palestinians have recently bombarded Israel with hundreds of missiles, while Israel launched air strikes on the Gaza Strip.

Due to the unrest, air traffic to and from Ben Gurion International Airport had to be stopped several times.

Flights were also diverted to Cyprus.