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Gulf Air and EL AL Airlines sign agreement in Tel Aviv

Posted 4 December 2020 · Add Comment

Gulf Air and EL AL Airlines are set to embark on a historic collaboration following the signing of an MOU during an official visit from Bahrain to Israel.

 

 

The MOU was signed at the Hilton Tel Aviv by the Chairman of Gulf Air’s Board of Directors Zayed R. Alzayani and the chairman of EL AL Airlines’ Board of Directors  David Brodet.

 

Alzayani also announced at the ceremony the launch of Gulf Air’s direct flights go Tel Aviv starting from, January 7, 2021 - subject to government approvals - with 2 weekly flights.

 

Alzayani said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of our Bahrain – Tel Aviv route as part of the historic initiation of Bahraini – Israeli relations. As the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain; we take great pride in supporting our leadership and Kingdom in their role of preserving peace and prosperity in the region. We hope this is merely the beginning of developing further aviation opportunities and look forward to work with our friends and colleagues at EL AL and support each other to achieve bigger goals. We trust this new route will promote traffic providing commercial and social gains for both countries, while paving the path for numerous connections to the rest of our networks via the two destinations”.

 

Brodet added: "The opportunity to explore a potential cooperation with Gulf Air is a direct result of the changes taking place in the region. We at EL AL look forward to seeing how we can offer our passengers new and exciting options - it goes well beyond just the flights but with expanding in the areas of cargo, maintenance and travel technology with EL AL's Cockpit innovation hub.”

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