Dubai: With the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Israel continue to develop greater economic cooperation to drive growth across a range of sectors, one of the largest airlines in the world, Emirates is all set to capitalize on the increased boosting trade flows between both nations by soon launching a daily non-stop flight between Dubai and Tel Aviv, Israel.
From December 6th, Israeli travelers will be able to connect safely, seamlessly and efficiently to Dubai, and through Dubai to Emirates’ global route network of over 120 destinations.
These additional flights will enable travelers to conveniently access to major leisure destinations beyond Dubai like Thailand, the Indian Ocean Islands and South Africa, among others.
The newly planned daily schedule will begin from Dubai with EK931 expected to leave to Israel at 2.50 PM, only to arrive at Ben Gurion Airport at 4.25 PM. The return flight, EK 932 will leave the Israeli airport at 6.25 PM to arrive at Dubai at 11.25 PM local time.
The Emirates CCO further added that “We would like to thank the UAE and Israeli authorities for their support, and we await the opportunity to serve Israel and open up more prospects for both countries to continue to build a strong relationship while growing business and expanding tourism in the near future.”
Apart from the commercial passenger operations, Emirates SkyCargo, through its 777-300ER carrier is expected to transport 20 tonnes of cargo each way between Dubai and Tel Aviv to support the exports of pharmaceuticals, high-tech goods, vegetables and other perishables from Tel Aviv.
The flights are also expected to transport manufacturing raw materials and components, semiconductors and e-commerce parcels into Israel.
Most Read: Couples who are supportive of each other have better mental, physical health