El Al to resume some flights to Europe on Monday

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April 18, 2010 18:06

 
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El Al's operations office reports that following thinning of the ash cloud over Europe, and presuming it won't get worse, El Al will resume flights to some European destinations Monday. The destinations are: Bucharest, Kiev, Sofia, Munich, Berlin, Budapest, Barcelona, Milan, Warsaw, Marseilles.

In addition, El Al continued to increase its flights to Rome, Madrid and Athens with the goal of returning as many Israelis as possible home in time for Independence Day on Tuesday.

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