#TravelPH - Emirates expands its Tel Aviv schedule with second daily flight

With a second daily flight scheduled to begin on October 30, 2022, Emirates has announced initiatives to improve connection and expand travel alternatives for passengers traveling between Dubai and Tel Aviv. The additional morning frequency, which builds on the success of Emirates' current operation and reflects the airline's commitment to expanding its presence in the nation, is in response to the increased demand for travel to/from Israel.

The Emirates Boeing 777-300ER, a cutting-edge and effective aircraft, will fly the second daily flight in a three-class layout. This is how the new schedule will work: EK 933 takes off from Dubai at 8:15 a.m. and arrives in Tel Aviv at 9:50 a.m. At 1150 hours, EK 934 departs Tel Aviv and arrives in Dubai at 1650 hours*.

Customers of Emirates from Israel now have more options for getting to Dubai, as well as easy connections to other well-liked locations, thanks to the second flight. The new flight also enables improved connectivity to numerous locations across Emirates' extensive global network, including Auckland, Brisbane, Perth, Bali, Seoul, and Singapore, among others, as well as locations throughout India, making it simpler for Israeli tourists to explore new locations with shorter transit times.

With the option of a morning arrival at Ben Gurion airport in addition to the current EK931 service's evening arrival, the service will give clients flying to Israel additional flexibility when organizing their trip. Customers can also benefit from the collaboration between Emirates and flydubai when organizing their travel, which offers a full schedule of numerous daily codeshare flights.

Emirates offers passengers the best in-flight experience with thoughtful product touches and top-notch service from its multi-national cabin staff. Customers in every class will be able to take advantage of Emirates' ice entertainment system, which offers over 5,000 channels of on-demand entertainment to choose from. This system also features a number of Hebrew-language films and television shows, a menu inspired by the local cuisine, a wide range of beverages, and specially prepared kosher meals that can be ordered in advance on all flights.

Additionally, businesses will have access to an additional 20 tonnes of cargo belly-hold space thanks to Emirates' second daily trip between Dubai and Tel Aviv. This will further open up international trade routes by enhancing import and export possibilities.

Tickets may be ordered from online travel agencies, Emirates Sales Offices, travel agents, and Emirates.com.

Customers connecting through Dubai are urged to review the most recent travel recommendations and confirm they can reach their ultimate destination given the conditions.

*All timings are local.

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