Israel and the United Arab Emirates agree 28 direct flights per week to start soon


The flights will begin “within weeks” and came after significant commercial interest from airliners on both sides on the routes, the statement said.

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Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to a deal allowing 28 weekly direct passenger flights linking Tel Aviv with Abu Dhabi and Dubai, according to a statement from Israel’s Transport Ministry.
The flights will begin “within weeks” and came after significant commercial interest from airliners on both sides on the routes, the statement said.

The two countries are in the process of developing economic and diplomatic agreements following the decision to normalize relations earlier this year.

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First published: Monday, October 19, 2020. 02:36 IST






























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