The average price of an Israeli airline ticket on the airline’s website rose by 7 percent in the past year to $9.50 on December 3, according to an analysis by The Jerusalem Mail.
The weekly average was $8.00.
The airline has not released the names of the top 10 airlines on its website.
“It is a very volatile market and it is impossible to predict how long it will last, but it seems likely that this trend will continue,” said Eytan Cohen, a security analyst with the Israeli aviation agency Avi.
The airlines have increased the price of their tickets by 10 percent to $7.90 a seat from $7 a seat last year, according a report by Israel’s Channel 10.
Aviation industry analysts have warned that the increased price is unsustainable for Israel’s domestic airlines and will increase competition.
There will be competition in Israel in the coming years, but there is no doubt that the airlines will suffer.””
I don’t see any signs of it stopping.
There will be competition in Israel in the coming years, but there is no doubt that the airlines will suffer.”
Airlines in Israel and abroad have suffered from a shortage of passengers, which has forced the industry to make up for the shortfall by charging more for seats, Cohen predicted.
The price hike came a day after Israel’s foreign minister urged the international aviation community to act to help the airline industry.
Maj. Gen. Yoav Mordechai said on Friday that Israel is facing a severe shortage of air travel passengers.
He said the country’s airlines are facing the most severe crisis of its entire economy.
Israeli Airlines is owned by Israel Air Group, which is controlled by Israel, and has a market capitalization of $2.5 billion.
The Israeli airline has had a long history of poor performance and high operating costs.
The company has been a frequent target for government criticism.
In the past, Israel’s government has shut down some of its smaller airlines to raise money for the war effort.
In April 2015, Israel banned most foreign-funded airlines from flying to the country, citing security concerns.