Tel Aviv Air was a German airline founded by former German airline executives, Paul Scodellaro and Shlomo Almagor, an Israeli who lives in Germany. There wasn't much information about the airline itself, however, the airline was only looking to fly to one destination, which was Israel.
The airline hadn't announced which aircraft type they would deploy for their routes. However, the airline was looking to provide services with two cabin classes - Economy and Premium Economy class. July 2021 is the date when the airline was looking to start its ticket sales.
Initially, the airline was looking to operate between Hamburg and Tel Aviv. Services would have been available twice weekly from the start.
Baggage allowance for the airline was yet to be announced.
Any items onboard must have fit within the overhead locker and under the seat. It was also asked to make sure that it didn't contain any prohibited items including any fluid exceeding 100ml. Any fluid must have been placed within a plastic bag for airport security.
The airline reserved the right to refuse to transport any items onboard. If there was limited space in the cabin, the airline may have offered to transport carry-on baggage as checked baggage for free.
Checked baggage must not have exceeded 32kg in weight because of international health and safety regulations. Baggage must not have exceeded the permitted dimensions either. Oversize items could have been charged for excess by the airline, it was advised to please check the airline policies when it had launched.
The online check-in policy was yet to be announced.
The airline hadn't confirmed whether online check-in would be available for the airline. However, passengers were always recommended to check-in online before arriving at the airport as it saves time from queuing.
The airport check-in policy had yet to be announced.
Passengers were recommended to proceed to the airline check-in counters as soon as they arrived at the airport. This is to avoid missing the check-in deadline, which may of lead to a loss of fare. It's also important that passengers got their baggage checked-in, so they could freely walk around the airport and prepare for their flights.
The designated check-in area was located on the departure information board and the airline check-in counters would have been labelled with the airline name and logo. It was advised to please seek airport staff assistance if unsure.
Frequent flyer programme wasn't available for the airline.
Tel Aviv Air wasn't part of any airline alliances. It was unclear whether the airline would join an airline alliance.
As of June 2021, it was unclear which aircraft model the airline would deploy but it's looking for a medium-haul aircraft that can accommodate 170 to 190 passengers. The airline may have had a two-class configuration onboard the plane with Economy and Premium Economy Class seats.
Not much information on the airport where the new airline was due to be based at. However, the airline was likely to be based at Hamburg Airport as it was looking to fly from Hamburg to Israel. The airport is also a main airport for Condor, Eurowings, Ryanair and TUI Fly.