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Dublin Airport Gets El Al Service To Tel Aviv

By Dave Simpson
Dublin Airport Gets El Al Service To Tel Aviv

A direct service by El Al Israel Airlines from Dublin Airport to Tel Aviv, in Israel, has started operating.


According to a statement published on, the new service will operate three times per week – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays – using a Boeing 737 aircraft, with the flight time lasting approximately six hours.

Statement By Dublin Airport Managing Director

The statement published on quoted its managing director, Vincent Harrison, as saying, “The addition of this direct route opens up a new sun destination for Irish travellers and is likely to prove popular, too, with those seeking to make a pilgrimage journey to the Holy Land. The route will also come as good news to the ever-growing number of Israeli businesses that are present in Ireland.”

Ryanair’s Summer Schedule For Dublin Airport

The aforementioned follows news that Ryanair has announced its biggest-ever summer schedule for Dublin Airport.

According to a statement published on, Ryanair’s 2023 summer schedule for Dublin Airport includes 130 routes – 14 of which are new destinations, including Asturias and Castellón, in Spain, Kos and Zakynthos, in Greece, Stockholm, Genoa and Leipzig.


Ryanair noted that the schedule will deliver more than 16 million passengers and support more than 13,000 local jobs – including more than 1,000 direct pilot, cabin crew, and engineering jobs – with an investment of $3.3 billion, more than 2,000 flights per week, and a 10% increase in traffic, compared to the summer of 2022.

Read More: Ryanair Announces Its Biggest-Ever Summer Schedule For Dublin

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