In 2017 alone, multiple airlines—based in places as disparate as Ireland, Italy, and India—have expanded the number of flights they offer to the Jewish state. Elliott Abrams, noting several examples, takes this as evidence of the failure of efforts to isolate Israel:
The BDS [boycott, divest, and sanction] movement remains a menace, especially on places distant from the real world—such as American and European college campuses. But the reality appears to be that more and more people in more and more places wish to visit Israel, and reject the claims and propaganda offered by those urging boycotts. They are voting with their feet—and their flights.