The first commercial flight of “flydubai” lands in Tel Aviv –...

The first commercial flight of “flydubai” lands in Tel Aviv –...
The first commercial flight of “flydubai” lands in Tel Aviv –...

The first regular commercial flight operated by the “flydubai” company landed from International Airport, at Tel Aviv Airport (Ben Gurion International), yesterday, where the flight was received by conventional water sprinklers.

The inaugural flight was led by Captain Patrick Gonzenbach and his Emirati assistant, Abdullah Al Shamsi, and a delegation headed by the chief executive of flydubai, Ghaith Al Ghaith, was on board the flight.

Upon its arrival at the airport, the delegation was received by the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and a high-level delegation, which included the CEO of Ben Gurion International Airport, Shmuel Zakai, and representatives of the aviation sector.


Al-Ghaith said, “The inaugural flight comes as a reflection of the air transport agreement, and operating these direct flights will support the development of commercial projects across a number of sectors, which will help enhance success and prosperity. We look forward to welcoming the first travelers from Israel when they come to explore the UAE.”

In turn, Jihon Effendi, Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations and E-commerce at flydubai, said: “Since we announced the launch of our services to Tel Aviv, we have witnessed strong demand for flights from Israel and the UAE, and we also received our first reservations from tourists and business travelers, after A short time after the announcement of the regular flight schedule ». Effendi added, “There is an opportunity to further enhance our daily trips, which are two daily trips.”


In addition, flydubai reported that its expanded partnership with Emirates Airlines provides passengers with smoother connecting flights through Dubai International Airport, which is today a global aviation hub providing flights to more than 155 destinations between each of Emirates Airlines. And flydubai networks, including Australia, the Indian Ocean, Japan, South Asia and the United States.

“Flydubai” indicated that “Kosher” meals are available for pre-order, while travelers will benefit from priority check-in service in Building No. (3) at Dubai International Airport.


She indicated that the round-trip business class fares from Dubai to Tel Aviv start from 6000 dirhams (1630 dollars), while the economy class prices start at 1600 dirhams (435 dollars), while the return business class prices start from Tel Aviv to Dubai from $ 1,600 (5,870 dirhams) and economy class fares from $ 360 (1,320 dirhams).

She pointed out that travelers can choose between “Flex / Value” or “Light” price packages, according to their travel needs.


“Fly Dubai” company reported that passengers traveling in economy class will enjoy a seat designed by “Recaro”, which provides ideal levels of space and comfort in the air during the flight between Dubai and Tel Aviv, which takes less than four hours.

The carrier confirmed that it continues to spread the Wi-Fi service through its fleet, which allows passengers to stay in touch during their trip. They can also browse the web, send e-mails, use social networks and get the latest news.

Economy class fares from Dubai to Tel Aviv start at 1600 dirhams.

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