Emirates doubles daily to Tel Aviv
SINGAPORE, August 2, 2022: Just over a month after inaugurating its first flight, Emirates has announced plans to boost connectivity and increase travel options for customers traveling between Dubai and Tel Aviv with a second daily flight from October 30, 2022.
The additional morning frequency responds to the high demand for travel to and from Israel. A Boeing 777-300ER will operate the second daily flight in a three-class configuration. The new schedule will operate as follows: EK933 leaves Dubai at 8:15 a.m. and arrives in Tel Aviv at 9:50 a.m. EK934 leaves Tel Aviv at 11:50 a.m. and arrives in Dubai at 4:50 p.m.*.
The second flight offers Emirates customers from Israel additional travel options to Dubai and convenient connections to popular destinations. The new flight also unlocks enhanced connectivity to a host of points within Emirates’ global network, such as Auckland, Brisbane, Perth, Bali, Seoul and Singapore, as well as points across India, among others. which makes it easier for Israeli travelers. discover new places with shorter transit times.
The service will also offer customers traveling to Israel more flexibility when planning their trip with the choice of a morning arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, in addition to the existing EK931 service, which arrives in the evening. Customers can also take advantage of Emirates’ partnership with flydubai when planning their trip, which includes a robust schedule of multiple daily codeshare flights.
Travelers flying with Emirates can enjoy the best experience in the air, with thoughtful products and exceptional service provided by its multinational cabin crew. Guests of all classes will be able to enjoy Emirates’ on-ice entertainment system with over 5,000 on-demand entertainment channels to choose from, including numerous Hebrew films and programs, regionally inspired menus complemented by a wide selection of beverages, as well as prepared kosher meals, available for pre-order on all flights.
Emirates’ second daily flight between Dubai and Tel Aviv will also provide an additional 20 tonnes of cargo capacity for businesses, further opening up global trade lanes through better import and export opportunities.
Tickets can be purchased at emirates.comEmirates sales offices, through travel agents or online travel agents.
*All times are local.