Arkia wins defense contracts

In a separate deal, the charter airline won a contract from the Israeli police to purchase tickets for members of the force and their families.

By AVI KRAWITZ
January 23, 2006 07:18

 
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Arkia Airlines won two tenders from the Defense Ministry to fly soldiers between various air force bases, the company said Sunday. The contract is worth "tens of millions of shekels" and will take effect immediately, Arkia said. In a separate deal, the charter airline won a contract from the Israeli police to purchase tickets for members of the force and their families.

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