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Israel's flag-carrier airline. Played a key role in airlifting Jews from Ethiopia and Yemen. Privatized in 2003
"We're pushing for the signing of the overfly agreement by this quarter, as Israel is a seasonal market."
El Al's stock has dropped 52% over the last year.
“We celebrate the historic event, which means that more Argentineans can travel to visit Israel and also we are happy to see the Argentinean flag in the Israeli sky soon.”
Tens of thousands of Israel supporters are taking part in the annual parade and festival.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
A flight attendant, 43, was hospitalized earlier this month with the measles.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
Last week, health officials and local Jewish institutions warned about an outbreak of measles in the Detroit area that has been linked to a person who was visiting from Israel.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Onboard an El Al flight from Newark Airport to Lod Airport on Wednesday, Eli Beer saved the life of a Detroit man who was going to Israel to attend the bar mitzva of his grandson.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Air India's flight is roughly two hours shorter than El Al's, which is forced to detour by flying over international waters instead of directly over Saudi Arabia.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Amid news of the incoming CEO's appointment, El Al's stock prices rose 2.8%.
It is vital that those who are not vaccinated will contact their local health provider and get the needed shots within 6 days from the flight date.
Yoram Elgrabli – EL AL Israel Airlines VP North and Central America – explains how Israel’s national airline is expanding
By EYTAN HALON
El AL flights expected to lead to boon in tourists, business and investments from Japan.
By HERB KEINON
According to the lawsuit, El Al reserved hotel rooms for just 53 of the 180 passengers who remained in Athens and there was not enough kosher food.
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