El Al signs code-share agreement with Siberian Airlines

By RON FRIEDMAN
November 10, 2010 20:39

 
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El AL on Wednesday signed a code share agreement with Russian airline S7 Siberian Airlines.

According to El Al, the agreement will ease travel between Tel Aviv and Novosibirsk and is part of a widespread initiative of establishing code shares to select Russian destinations.

S7 Airlines operates the largest domestic flight network in Russia built around the three hubs in Moscow, Novosibirsk and Irkutsk. S7 Airlines also makes regular flights to Europe, Middle East, Southern Asia and Asian Pacific destinations.

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