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Emirates adds a second daily flight to its Tel Aviv schedule

Emirates announced today that it plans to add a second daily flight between Dubai and Tel Aviv. This will be effective beginning 30 October 2022, as part of its efforts to boost connectivity and increase travel options for customers. In response to high demand, Emirates is adding a morning frequency to its existing Israel operation, as it reaffirms its commitment to growing its presence in the country.

Emirates adds a second daily flight to its Tel Aviv scheduleTwo daily flights will be operated by the modern Boeing 777-300ER with three classes. The new schedule will be as follows: EK 933 departs Dubai at 0815hrs and arrives in Tel Aviv at 0950hrs. The EK 934 leaves Tel Aviv at 1150 hours and arrives in Dubai at 1650 hours*. Emirates customers from Israel now have an additional flight option to Dubai, as well as convenient onward connections. As a result of the new flight, Israeli travellers will be able to discover new places with shorter transit times, including Auckland, Brisbane, Perth, Bali, Seoul, and Singapore, within Emirates’ global network.

In addition to the existing EK931 service that arrives at Ben Gurion airport in the evening, the new service will provide customers traveling to Israel with more flexibility when planning their trip. In addition, Emirates’ partnership with flydubai allows customers to take advantage of a robust schedule of codeshare flights daily.

Passengers flying with Emirates are treated to exceptional service and thoughtful touches by the company’s international cabin crew. In every class, passengers will have access to Emirates’ ice entertainment system with over 5,000 channels of on-demand entertainment, including numerous Hebrew language movies and programmes, regionally inspired menus accompanied by a wide selection of beverages, and specially prepared kosher meals, available for pre-order.

Through Emirates’ second daily flight between Dubai and Tel Aviv, businesses will have access to an additional 20 tonnes of cargo belly-hold capacity, enabling them to carry out imports and exports more efficiently. Tickets can be purchased online emirates.com, from Emirates Sales Offices, via travel agents or through online travel agents. Dubai travelers are encouraged to check the latest travel guidelines and ensure they meet the destination’s travel requirements before connecting through Dubai.

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