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El Al to launch Tel Aviv – London Stansted flights

El Al Israel Airlines will relaunch a five-times a week flights starting June 28. The carrier last operated flights from London Stansted in 2009.

El Al Boeing 737-800; credit Aero Icarus

Starting June 28, El Al Israel Airlines will relaunch flights between Tel Aviv and London Stansted.  a five-times a week service Tel Aviv – London Stansted.

El Al last operated flights from London Stansted were in 2009.

The Israeli carrier will launch a new five-times a week service starting in summer 2020.

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El Al already operates flights from Tel Aviv to London, Heathrow, Luton, and Manchester and begins flying to Dublin in May.

The new route will operate until 3 September using a 166-seat Boeing 737-800 offering business and economy classes.

EL AL VP Commercial & Industry Affairs Michael Strassburger said, “EL AL continues to expand its operations across the UK and is excited to return and fly from London Stansted. The new five weekly flights from Stansted will offer our passengers from North London, East of England and surrounding areas the possibility to fly with EL AL, so we look forward to welcoming them to enjoy the Israeli experience that begins onboard our revamped aircraft fleet.”




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