The first regular commercial flight operated by flydubai landed from Dubai International Airport (DXB) at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) today at 11:35 am, where the flight was received by conventional water sprinklers.
The inaugural flight was led by Captain Patrick Gonzenbach and his Emirati assistant, Abdullah Al Shamsi, and a delegation headed by Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai, was on board.
Upon its arrival at the airport, the delegation received Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a high-ranking delegation that included Shmuel Zakai, CEO of Ben Gurion International Airport, and representatives of the aviation sector.
Ghaith Al-Ghaith said: “Today’s inaugural flight comes as a reflection of the air transport agreement, and operating these direct flights will support the development of commercial projects across a number of sectors, which will help enhance success and prosperity. We look forward to welcoming the first travelers from Israel when they come to explore the United Arab Emirates.”
On his part, Jeyhun Effendi, Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations and E-Commerce at flydubai, said: “Since we announced the launch of our services to Tel Aviv, we have witnessed strong demand for flights from both Israel and the United Arab Emirates. We also received our first reservations from both tourists and business travelers after A short time after announcing the schedule of regular flights, the timetable … adding there is an opportunity to further enhance our daily trips, which are two daily trips. “
Flydubai’s expanded codeshare partnership with Emirates Airlines provides travelers with seamless connections through Dubai International Airport, which is today a global aviation hub providing flights to more than 155 destinations between Emirates Airlines and flydubai’s networks including Australia, the Indian Ocean, Japan, South Asia and the states. United.
Flydubai provides comfortable and reliable travel services. Passengers will have the option to experience business class and enjoy the space and privacy of the cabin, the spacious comfortable seat, and entertainment on board with the latest movies and TV shows available to watch and a range of dining options.
Kosher meals are available for pre-order. Passengers will also benefit from priority check-in service at Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport.
Passengers traveling in Economy Class will enjoy a Recaro-designed seat that provides optimum levels of space and comfort during the less than four-hour flight. Flydubai continues to deploy Wi-Fi service across its fleet, allowing passengers to stay in touch during their flight, can surf the web, send emails, use social networks and get the latest news. Passengers can choose between fare packages / Flex / Value / or / Lite / depending on their travel needs.
Dubai is one of the leading tourist destinations in the world and is known for its luxurious hotels, shopping centers and the Burj Khalifa skyscraper, which is the tallest man-made building in the world, as well as its clean beaches and beautiful desert landscapes.It is also an international center for events and there is an opportunity to enjoy live entertainment facilities, lifestyle and sports activities. .
The flydubai passenger experience has been redesigned to enable travel in a safe environment that reduces crew and passenger contact, and more information is available on flydubai.com.