Emirates inaugurates flights to Tel Aviv

Emirates Airline’s inaugural flight to Tel Aviv took off from Dubai this Thursday (23). The company will operate with Boeing 777-300(ER) aircraft, configured for 354 passengers in three seating classes.

According to the reservation system, Emirates will offer one daily frequency between the two cities, providing 2,478 seats per week on each leg.

The airline’s first flight to Tel Aviv departed Dubai with 335 passengers on board, an occupancy rate of 94.6%.

See also: Emirates to stop flying with Airbus A380 aircraft to Sao Paulo temporarily.

Schedule between Dubai and Tel Aviv – Emirates

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Flight times

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flight from ETD to ETA
EC 931 Dubai (DXB) 12:20 pm Tel Aviv (TLV) 2:30 pm
EC 932 Tel Aviv (TLV) 5:30 pm Dubai (DXB) 9:35 pm


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Israel’s Minister of Transport and Road Safety MK Merav Michaeli said:

“The ties between Israel and the UAE are strategic economic ties and are critical to strengthening our position in face of the changing threats in the Middle East. On my last visit to the UAE, I signed agreements that will facilitate the trade and mobility between usmobility as a tool to empower the citizens and economies of both countries».

Adel Al Redha, Emirates Chief Operating Officer said:

“We are excited about the launch of Tel Aviv service which adds to our growing network. From the time we first announced plans to include Tel Aviv in our global reservation systems, we received strong demand from travelers – not only in Israel, but also from many of our destinations including to and from the UAE. Some of the high demand also came from Australia, Indonesia, Brazil, the United States, and the Philippines. This reflects the strength of our product offering, the reach of our global network and the efficiency of our hub Dubai for worldwide connections. Our new service will provide tourism, trade and business opportunities».

“We look forward to welcoming our customers to experience Emirates’ product on ground and on board, as well as enjoy a unique experience across all classes. We take this opportunity to thank our friends and partners for supporting the launch of the service».

  • Arkia (IZ): 1 weekly flight – Airbus A321neo
  • El Al (LY): 5 weekly flight – Boeing 737 and Boeing 787
  • Emirates (EC): 7 weekly flight – Boeing 777-300(ER)
  • Flydubai (FZ): 28 weekly flight – Boeing 737 MAX 8

El Al resumed flights between the two cities on Thursday, June the 23rd, after a nearly two-month suspension.

See also: American Airlines inaugurates flights to Doha.

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