Israel resumes flight services to Dubai as security concerns resolves

Israel is resuming all the flight services to the capital city of the United Arab Emirates, as per to the new security arrangement. The information has been shared by the Shin Bet security agency (Israel's internal security service).  

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Israel is resuming all the flight services to the capital city of the United Arab Emirates, as per to the new security arrangement. The information has been shared by the Shin Bet security agency (Israel’s internal security service).  

The new agreement permits all the Israeli airlines to resume the complete schedule of their flights to Dubai. The resolution provides the operation of daily basis flights from Tel Aviv to Dubai, as the security concerns between both the countries have been resolved now. 

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The previous month’s security dispute between the countries led to the temporary closure of flight services of Israeli airlines, informing all the air services to Dubai have been closed till March 8, 2022. 

The statement of the Shin Bet security agency cites, “The shared working principles, as well as security arrangements, were agreed upon that would permit Israeli airlines to once again fly to Dubai on a regular basis”.  

The decision has been welcomed by numerous airlines of Israel. Israel’s flag carrier El Al said that they would be immediately resuming the regular aviation services to Dubai. The airline operates at least 3 to 4 flights per day to the capital city of the United Arab Emirates. 

This is indeed a piece of good news for both countries as it will assist them in fostering their economy. 

The number of flights has witnessed an increase in the past years, which has been possible amid the establishment of diplomatic ties between both countries.  

In the year 2020, the El Al airline of Israel commenced its first flight service to Dubai. This has seen a massive contribution to the tourism sector of the United Arab Emirates. 

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The security agency of Israel earlier provided a statement on the security, citing, “The disputes are regarding a security basis which is opposite to the standards being utilized at the airport in Dubai, & do not come from a political or regional basis at all.” 

 

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