Fly to Tel-Aviv from New York with Israir for $767 in September

Israir, Israel’s “other” airline, is now offering a September Special of $767 round-trip from New York to Tel-Aviv, valid for departures between September 1st and September 10th. This fare is available with no advance purchase or minimum stay required. The maximum stay is 14 days, though it can be extended to 28 days for an extra $200, or beyond for $300. Children (ages 2-11) fly at a reduced rate of $699.

Israir launched its non-stop flight from New York to Tel-Aviv this summer, and is currently operating three times a week, with plans to operate daily in 2005. On board, all children are provided with Game Boys to entertain them and to allow their parents a more relaxing flight. All meals are strictly kosher in both classes. In the Premium class, a reflexologist offers foot massages and each passenger seat is equipped with an individual DVD player with a large choice of movies. The crew is friendly and helpful, and is dressed in casual navy pants and snappy orange tee-shirts.

ISRAIR’s nonstop New York-Tel Aviv flights are operated with state-of-the-art Boeing 767-300 extended range aircraft, configured for 185 economy class passengers and 42 seats in Premium Business Class. Flights are nonstop in both directions.  Every ISRAIR flight is safeguarded by the identical rigorous security procedures that apply to all airlines flying the Israel flag – procedures that are considered to be the world’s most stringent, and the benchmark by which airline security is judged. 

Take advantage of this Special to come visit Israel! 

All flights depart New York (JFK) Terminal 4. Tickets are based on N Class availability. They can be upgraded to H .

To know more about this release, contact Ann-Rebecca Laschever at 212-288-1144, arlaschever@geoffreyweill.com

 

To know more about Israir, visit www.israirairlines.com, call 1-877-ISRAIR-1 or e-mail reservations@israirusa.com

 

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