El Al, Tnuva in 'Breakfast' deal

El Al Israel Airlines and food company Tnuva launched a NIS1m. partnership to provide "healthy breakfasts" to all passengers flying out of Tel Aviv.

By AVI KRAWITZ
February 21, 2006 07:58
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El Al Israel Airlines and food company Tnuva launched a NIS 1 million partnership Monday to provide "healthy breakfasts" to all passengers flying out of Tel Aviv. El Al CEO Haim Romano said the new menu would come at no additional cost to the passenger and is one of several service improvements the airline plans to introduce during the year. He added that El Al has also focused on developing its Internet site to include additional capabilities for passengers to reduce their airport book-in time.

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