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Emirates bolsters operations to Tel Aviv with third daily flight

Emirates’ third-daily flight to Tel Aviv will operate with a Boeing 777-300ER offering an additional 360 seats.

Emirates will be expanding its presence in Israel with the addition of a third daily flight, starting 1 May. A positive indicator of heightened demand for travel to and from Israel, the additional service will take the total number of weekly Emirates flights serving Tel Aviv to 21, providing customers more direct flights to Dubai and enhanced connectivity options to the rest of the Emirates network.

Emirates’ third-daily flight to Tel Aviv will operate with a Boeing 777-300ER offering an additional 360 seats. EK 935 departs Dubai at 1930hrs and arrives in Tel Aviv at 2200hrs. EK 936 leaves Tel Aviv at 2355hrs, arriving in Dubai at 0405hrs the next day.

The additional frequency complements the existing double-daily services to and from Tel Aviv and offers a broader schedule with more flexibility and increased access for customers venturing onwards to destinations across the airline’s gateways in North and South America, the Far East and Africa. Customers can reach popular destinations like Thailand, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Vietnam and Sri Lanka with more ease and shorter transit times. The third flight will also offer additional connecting options for customers travelling from Australia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Brazil, the UAE, Japan and South Africa in addition to the airline’s 18 points across North and South America. The additional service also helps to meet the strong demand from these destinations, many of which are home to large Jewish communities.

Since June 2022, over 180,000 passengers have travelled on Emirates between Dubai and Tel Aviv. Dubai continues to build its appeal as an attractive destination for Israeli visitors, offering them both luxury and value with an extensive array of leisure and family activities to suit every taste, in addition to hotels for all budgets. According to the latest annual report released by Ben Gurion Airport, Dubai ranked as the top outbound destination by passenger volumes in 2022*. The new flight schedule has been conveniently timed to offer travelers the full-day experience in Dubai, helping them maximise their time in the city with an early arrival and late departure.

Customers can also take advantage of Emirates’ partnership with flydubai when booking travel and choosing from an even more robust schedule of over seven daily codeshare flights.

The third daily flight will also offer exporters and local businesses with an additional 20 tonnes of belly-hold capacity on every flight through Emirates SkyCargo, helping transport key Israeli exports like fruits and vegetables, pharmaceuticals, industrial machinery and electronics, metals, and other high-value goods to the UAE and other international markets.

Travellers flying with Emirates in every class can sit back and enjoy the airline’s signature experiences, with thoughtful product touches and exceptional service provided by its multinational cabin crew. Whether it’s locally inspired dining or specially prepared kosher meals, available for pre-order on all flights, as well as a wide selection of beverages, Emirates best-in-class onboard experience has something for everyone.

Customers will also be able to enjoy Emirates’ ice entertainment system with over 5,000 channels of on-demand entertainment to choose from, including critically-acclaimed Hebrew movies and programmes.

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