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Arkia Israeli Airlines, often known as Arkia, is an Israeli airline with its headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Arkia Israeli Airlines flies to many destinations including Amman, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Batumi, Dublin, Eilat, Haifa, Helsinki, Kos, Larnaca, Ljubliana, Mykonos, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Rhodes, Rome, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv and Yerevan.
Arkia Israeli Airlines is Israel's second-largest airline, which operates scheduled domestic and international services, as well as charter flights to destinations in Western Europe and across the Mediterranean.

4th February 2018
Arkia to launch Israel - Thailand flights
Arkia will begin operations to Thailand from July 2018, competing with El Al's direct flights. Thailand is a tourist favourite for Israelis, with 200,000 annual visitors. Boeing 767-300s have been rented specifically for these flights. Arkia will operate two weekly flights, with plans to increase that to three flights a week.

Arkia group CEO Nir Dagan said, "This is the beginning of a general step in which the company is equipping itself with wide-bodied airliners. Within two years, Arkia will receive more new wide-bodied planes that it has purchased, and Arkia will become an important player in long-range direct flights to destinations in demand among Israeli flyers, and in all directions." One of the Israeli destinations that Arkia is aiming at is New York.

6th December 2017
Levin sees Israel hosting 4m foreign tourists in 2018
Israel's Tourism Minister says Israel is being rebranded as a vacation destination rather than solemn place of pilgrimage.

"In crises, the ones who remain are Israeli companies El Al Israel Airlines Ltd. (TASE: ELAL), Arkia Airlines Ltd., and Israir Airlines and Tourism Ltd., and we have to preserve them," Minister of Tourism Yariv Levin said yesterday at an Israel Tourist and Travel Agents conference . As it happens, Levin is responsible for bringing a great many foreign airlines to Israel, such as Hainan Airlines of China and low-cost airline Ryanair.

Levin, who has been in his post for two and a half years, takes credit for the record number of tourists who have visited Israel. "The tourist sector in Israel still relies mostly on internal tourism," he said. "Action must be taken to counter stagnation wherever it appears. Competition from inexpensive overseas options is intense. Substantial investments are necessary in order to change the picture."

Levin added, "We have changed the market concept from the outmoded idea of Israel being a destination for Jews and pilgrims. These segments are very narrow and vulnerable to security problems, and we therefore reached the limit of the potential very quickly. Advertising was focused on holy and solemn places. We decided to change the approach, and to sell Israel as a vacation destination. We discovered that demand existed, but there is no one to sell Israel as a product. The reason is that we previously worked with travel agents who worked with a limited specific community. There was no one who could sell a vacation package to Israel."

Levin continued, "We signed agreements with all of the world's tourist giants. We signed with Ctrip (the Chinese company that acquired Skyscanner, M. R.-C.), as well as other tourist giants like Expedia. We switched to aggressive competition in advertising - organic advertising that will put us on the home pages of recommended websites, so that someone who wants to travel to Rome will get an offer for Jerusalem.

"We started seeing the numbers going up. We realized that something else was also needed. There has been a huge change in civil aviation in recent years. It worked in one direction - it sent Israelis outwards, while bringing almost no tourists back. Routes were developed for destinations that it was thought that Israelis would want to visit, without thinking about destinations from which tourists could be brought to Israel."

Levin cited China as an example. "We changed this thinking for China. We will reach at least 150,000 tourists in 2018, four times as many as we have had up until now. From four flights to Eilat, we have expanded to 52 weekly flights to Eilat.

"Another problem we are addressing is visas. This is an outdated obstacle that should vanish from the world. Israel demands visas from China and India with burdensome requirements from tourists and Israelis. No such requirements are being made from the Philippines, with which relations already existed. We managed to create shortcuts, but we have the task of ensuring these visas.

"We will finish this year with more than 3.5 million tourists. A new record was set in each one of the past 12 months. 426,000 tourists arrived in October. If this pace is kept up for 12 months, it will mean more than five million tourists in a year. The pace of reservations for 2018 has been unprecedented. Four million tourists is a realistic number.

"Up until now, we have been thinking about how to bring people. Today, the problem of infrastructure is growing and becoming more acute. There are infrastructure problems at tourist sites, such as the Western Wall, to which public transportation has no access. We have a shortage of motels and popular hotels. We have reached a pace of 6,000 rooms under construction, compared with 1,500 rooms several years ago.


May 2017
Arkia Israeli Airlines initiates first Italian route

Arkia Israeli Airlines launches Tel Aviv to Milan Bergamo service

This is the water arch salute at Milan Bergamo that greeted the inaugural Arkia Israeli Airlines service from Tel Aviv on 28 May.

Arkia Israeli Airlines has begun twice-weekly flights between Tel Aviv (TLV) and Milan Bergamo. The 2,638-kilometre sector will be flown by the airline’s E195s and faces no direct competition. However, three carriers offer flights between Tel Aviv and Milan Malpensa; El Al with 10 weekly flights, easyJet with five weekly flights and Neos Air with twice-weekly flights. According to OAG data the Israeli carrier now operates scheduled services from Tel Aviv to 11 destinations in 11 different countries.

March 2017
Arkia Israeli Airlines announced that it will be adding a service to Russia and Belarus, with additional services being offered to St. Petersburg and Minsk. 






Route Map 



Popular Routes


Tel Aviv    Amman


Eilat    Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv    Haifa


Larnaca    Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv    Rome


Tbilisi    Tel Aviv


The Fleet


Airbus A321


ATR 72-500







Boeing 757-300

Embraer 190LR 






Embraer 195LR




Ben Gurion Airport

HUB Airport


Ben Gurion Airport is the largest airport of Israel and is the hub airport for El Al and Arkia Israel Airlines. It has three runaways and can handle nearly 15 million passengers.

Airlines which fly to and from this airport include Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, airBaltic, Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air Europa, Ethiopian Airlines, Israir Airlines, Jetairfly, KLM, Korean Air, Ukraine International Airlines, Uzbekistan Airways, Wizz Air and many others. 







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Arkia Israel Airlines is an independent Israeli airline operating domestic and international scheduled services from its base in Tel Aviv. ________________________________________ Arkia Flights Arkia Israel Airlines is Israel’s second largest carrier after El Al and operates from both of Tel Aviv’s airports Ben Gurion (international) and Sde Dov. Apart from operating many charter flights to European and global destinations, Arkia operates domestically to Haifa and Eilat from Tel Aviv plus Larnaca, Dublin and Amman outside Israel. Arkia has two Boeing 787-900’s on order to complement its current fleet of 757’s, ATR-72’s and Dash 7 aircraft Arkia Flights to Israel Israel’s tourist industry is bouncing back after a record low in 2002. It still has some of the most interesting tourist sites of anywhere in the world and an infrastructure which enables tourists to get around safely. The problem of having an Israeli stamp in your passport preventing future travel to some Arab countries is now avoidable upon request at immigration and most countries now don’t impose this ban. Enjoy Israel, in our experience it’s a unique country and you need to have been there to really understand many of the tensions in 21st century world. Perhaps not yet the relaxing holiday destination as portrayed in some advertising but certainly worth visiting.

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