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TAL Aviation to sell Etihad Airways flights in Israel

Posted 2 September 2020 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways is to extend its services to the Israeli traveller through TAL Aviation Group, offering several destinations across the Middle East, Africa, Europe, North America, Asia and Australia, from the airline's hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

TAL Aviation to sell Etihad Airways flights in Israel. Image: TAL Aviation Group  / Etihad Airways

Tickets will be on sale for customers in Israel as of 1 September 2020. Supported by the Etihad Wellness sanitisation and safety programme, customers will be able to fly with peace of mind on Etihad flights worldwide, operated by a modern fleet of next-generation Airbus and Boeing aircraft. 

 

The cooperation between Etihad Airways and TAL Aviation Group comes in response to an increase in demand for travel between the two countries, and further to the airline's resumption of services throughout July and August, as international COVID-19-related restrictions are lifted and markets re-open to air travel. 

 

"Over the last few weeks, we've seen an increase in demand in the Israeli market and a desire to get back to flying. We are excited at the opportunity of working with our new partner Etihad, and to be able to offer our Israeli customers the ability of experiencing the airline’s superior levels of in-flight service to many destinations across its extensive global route network”, comments Nissim Sagis, TAL Aviation's chief commercial officer.   

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