ASL Airlines is closely monitoring possible restrictions on entry into the territory of the destinations it serves, which may be imposed by local authorities following the emergence of the coronavirus (Covid-19).

The Israeli authorities have indicated in particular that passengers who have stayed in China (including Hong Kong and Macau), Japan, Thailand, Singapore or South Korea in the 14 days preceding their arrival in Israel will be refused entry on the territory. Exemptions apply to Israeli citizens and residents, as well as to passengers who have only passed through Hong Kong, Macau, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and South Korea.

We recommend that you follow the latest updates from the relevant immigration authorities.

If these restrictions apply to your trip and your ticket cannot be changed or refunded, we recommend that you contact your travel insurance.

Travel tips

In order to have a pleasant, restful flight, follow our advice…

Travelling in an airplane implies a prolonged sitting station that may cause some unpleasantness:


  • Don’t remain in the same position for long, especially if you cross your legs.
  • Don’t place anything under the seat in front of you: use the space to stretch your legs
  • Exercise: extend, rotate and flex your legs, ankles and toes. Shrug your shoulders and stretch your neck. Rotate your body left and right. This will improve your blood circulation.


The atmosphere inside aircraft cabins is usually dry and may cause dehydration:


  • Drink lots of water regularly.
  • Remove your contact lenses and don your eyeglasses.
  • Avoid alcohol as it is extremely dehydrating and more toxic at cruising altitude.


Avoid caffeine which is also dehydrating.