DUBAI, 8 November 2021: Emirates will launch a daily
non-stop flight between Dubai and Tel Aviv, Israel, starting 6 December.

The move comes as the UAE and Israel improve economic
cooperation to drive growth across a range of sectors, in addition to boosting
trade flows between both nations. With the new daily flights, Israeli
travellers will be able to connect seamlessly to Dubai and through Dubai to
Emirates’ global route network of over 120 destinations. The flight timings
to/from Tel Aviv will offer travellers convenient access to major leisure
destinations beyond Dubai like Thailand, the Indian Ocean Islands and South
Africa, among others.

Furthermore, the new flights introduce convenient inbound
connections to Tel Aviv from close to 30 Emirates gateways across Australia,
the US, Brazil, Mexico, India and South Africa, all home to some of the largest
Jewish communities in the world. Travellers from the United States looking to
stop in Dubai before embarking on their onwards journey to Tel Aviv can avail
of the Dubai Stop Over package, which includes stays at world-class hotels,
sightseeing, and other activities.

Dubai also continues to attract leisure travellers from
Israel with its ever-expanding list of experiences, including hosting Expo 2020
Dubai which has drawn in more than 2 million visits in its first month. Israel
is participating at Expo 2020 Dubai with its own country pavilion under the
theme ‘Connecting Thoughts – Creating the Future.’

Emirates’ new flights will also boost connections for
business communities in both countries, creating new channels to network and
forge investment opportunities across industries. With the opening of visa-free
travel between both countries and the easing of restrictions across the
Emirates network, the new services will meet future travel demand in and out of
Tel Aviv.

The airline will deploy its modern Boeing 777-300ER aircraft
in a three-class configuration, offering private suites in first-class,
lie-flat seats in business class and spacious seats in economy class to serve
customers on the route between Dubai and Tel Aviv. Daily flights are scheduled
to depart Dubai as EK931 at 1450, arriving at Ben Gurion Airport at 1625 local
time. The return flight EK932 will depart Tel Aviv at 1825, arriving in Dubai
at 2325 local time.

Emirates’ customers will also benefit from the airline’s
codeshare partnership with flydubai. The codeshare provides travellers with
short and seamless connectivity from Dubai to points across the combined
networks of both carriers, which today consists of 210 destinations in 100

Emirates has fully restored its Middle East network and
currently flies to 12 cities across the region.

Tel Aviv is Israel’s largest and most populous city and is
the economic and technological hub for the country. The city attracted more
than 4.5 million visitors in 2019, according to the Israeli Ministry of
Tourism. Tel Aviv is known for its pristine beaches, thriving culinary scene,
cultural sights, and the world’s largest collection of 4,000 signature white
Bauhaus style buildings, which have become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The
city is also an advanced centre of science and pioneering technology, with a
strong entrepreneurial and start-up ecosystem that has produced innovations and
products adopted around the globe and across a gamut of sectors.

Customers travelling to and from Israel are advised to check the latest travel requirements here.