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Arkia Israeli Airlines, often known as Arkia, is an Israeli airline with its headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel. The airline 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. The carrier is known for being 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. The airline has also recently announced new flight routes from Tel Aviv to Goa and Kochi that will commence in September 2019. 




Route Map

Arkia Israeli Airlines route map

Popular Routes


Tel Aviv  Plane icon  Amman


Eilat  Plane icon  Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv  Plane icon  Haifa


Larnaca  Plane icon  Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv  Plane icon  Rome


Tbilisi  Plane icon  Tel Aviv


Tbilisi  Plane icon  Goa


Tbilisi  Plane icon  Kochi



The Arkia Israel fleet includes Airbus A321, ATR 72-500, Boeing 757-300, Embraer 190LR and Embraer 195LR.

Hub Airport

Ben Gurion 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, Astra Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Israir Airlines, Jetairfly, Korean Air, Ukraine International Airlines, Uzbekistan Airways, Windrose, Wizz Air, YanAir and many others. 



Ben Gurion Airport tel aviv israel


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13th June 2018

Passenger traffic in Armenian airports grew 9.2% year-on-year

Passenger traffic in the two Armenian airports grew by 9.2% in January-May 2018 against the same period last year, the general department of civil aviation reveals.

Overall, 955,476 people used the services of Zvartnotsairport in the capital city, Yerevan, and Shirak airport in the northern city of Gyumri.

In April May, 217,615 people used the services of the two Armenian airports.

The number of transit flights carried out via Armenian air routes has drastically increased, the GDCA revealed recently.

In particular, 12 new air companies have entered the Armenian market in the past 2 years, which are: Armenia Aircompany, Brussels Airways, Qatar Airways, Wataniya Airways, Germania Fluggesellschaft, Arkia Israeli Airlines, Cham Wings, Air Cairo, Turkmenistan Airlines, Red Wings, Nordwind Airlines, Pobeda.


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. The airline 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, the airline will receive more new wide-bodied planes that it has purchased, and the carrier 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 the airline is aiming at is New York.