It seems the Golden Boy of Aviation – Emirates – will finally try to launch his Tel Aviv service.


Aircraft Art – Emirates Boeing 777-300ER at Oslo Gardermoen Airport – Image, Economy Class and Beyond

The route will start on June 23, 2022. The expected operation is as follows:

EK931 DEPART DXB 15:50 ARRIVE TLV 18:00
EK 932 DEPART TLV 19:55 ARRIVE DXB 23:59

Commences 23rd June 2022
Operates Daily
Booked Equipment: Emirates Boeing 777-300ER (Three Class)

Timetables have been programmed to provide convenient access to Dubai and connecting opportunities to destinations including Thailand, India, Philippines, Maldives, Sri Lanka and South Africa.

Emirates will deploy a Boeing 777-300ER on this route, comprising eight private suites in First Class, 42 sleeper seats in Business Class and 304 seats in Economy Class.

In terms of cargo, the new service to Tel Aviv will also provide 20 tons of cargo capacity on each flight, providing channels for Israeli companies and start-ups to export products like pharmaceuticals, high-tech products, fruits and vegetables and other perishables. The flights are also expected to carry raw materials and manufacturing components, semiconductors and e-commerce packages to Israel.

In inverted commas

Adnan Kazim, Chief Commercial Officer of Emirates Airline, said:

We look forward to finally welcoming customers on board our flights to and from Tel Aviv this summer, and offering them substantial connectivity to and through our Dubai hub as COVID travel restrictions continue to tighten. easing in the world and that new frontiers are opening up. As well as unleashing huge pent-up demand, Emirates’ debut in Israel will mean more choice for travelers when they return to the air, and more opportunities for businesses to visit Dubai and beyond through our extensive network. from nearly 130 destinations, alongside our signature hospitality and award-winning onboard experience.

He added:

Emirates is committed to creating new opportunities for business and tourism and to strengthening bilateral ties between the United Arab Emirates and Israel. We are confident that our new services will have a positive impact on improving Israel’s connectivity to a multitude of global destinations, and we thank the authorities of the United Arab Emirates and Israel for their continued support in making this service possible. .

Code shared with flyDubai

For those who require different schedules, Emirates will share the code with flydubai to provide additional connectivity and multiple flights per day. between Dubai and Tel Aviv

It’s been coming for a long time

Emirates was due to launch this route at the end of 2021 – however, thanks to variants and government border closures – the route has been postponed. It looks like things have now stabilized to such an extent that Emirates are confident in launching the service and adding capacity on this route.

We’ll see how long flydubai waits to offer capacity – or if some of these flights are suitable for Emirates services.

And let the Golden Boy show you Tel Aviv!

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