Lufthansa resumes TA-Munich route

The resumption of flights was approved following a new aviation agreement between the German and Israeli governments.

January 20, 2009 11:12
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Lufthansa, the German airline company, will resume its Tel Aviv-Munich route this summer for the first time in six years. The resumption of flights from Tel Aviv to Munich was approved following a new aviation agreement between the German and Israeli governments last week. Lufthansa terminated its flights on the Tel Aviv-Munich route in May 2003 and has since August 2006 seeking approval to resume the route.

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