El Al Offered $230 Million From Israeli Government

El Al Offered $230 Million From Israeli Government

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Israel has offered their flight carrier, El Al $230 million for government funding. After being taken over by Eli Rosenberg, a businessman from New York, the airline received an offer from the is really government to help keep it alive. It is likely that the airline will take the steel since there’s no reason why not to. The reason why they did not take the $300 million deal last time was because they were in a hassle of trying to switch owners. Now, they seem to be an decent spot ownership wise, but they do need the financial support.


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With El Al turning a profit, they’ve announced a few new routes!

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im going to wait until they start BGI-TLV.

Edit: wait for demand to come never

I doubt they’ll ever start service there.

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Going on what Zack said, I see no reason why the flag carrier of Israel would use a Boeing 787 to fly from Tel Aviv to a small Caribbean Island, because there is no way they would be able to fill one, there’s not really demand, which means they would lose money

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