Israir 6H 663 arrives in Dubai from Tel Aviv on December 1, 2020.
PHOTO BY WAM
DUBAI – The first Israeli commercial plane to the UAE landed in Dubai on Tuesday (December 1) with 166 passengers on board.
Israir 6H 663 arrived in Dubai from Tel Aviv at 5:10pm, according to state news agency WAM.
مطار #دبي الدولي يستقبل رحلة خطوط “إسرآير” الافتتاحية القادمة من تل أبيب لتكون بذلك أول رحلة تجارية تحط على أرض المطار لأول شركة طيران إسرائيلية تقوم بتشغيل رحلات تجارية إلى دبيhttps://t.co/QvYBUPYVTL pic.twitter.com/fKHECl22Ac
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) December 2, 2020
The airline will operate up to 14 weekly flights between Dubai and Tel Aviv.
The flight came after UAE and Israel signed in August the Abraham Accord that normalized ties between the two countries. ICA/Expat Media
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