El Al Schedules Final 767-200ER Service in Sep 2013; Outlines Planned 737-900ER W13 Routes

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As per 28JUL13 GDS timetable/inventory display, El Al Israel Airlines this fall will be phasing out its Boeing 767-200ER aircraft, while inducting Boeing 737-900ER aircraft.

El Al’s 172-seater 737-900ER aircraft, is currently scheduled to enter service in late-October 2013, with configuration of C16Y156. Planned operational routes as of 28JUL13 as follow.
Tel Aviv – Paris CDG eff 24OCT13 5 weekly flights
LY319 TLV0600 – 1015CDG 739 x56
LY320 CDG1125 – 1655TLV 739 x56

Tel Aviv – Milan Malpensa eff 24OCT13 4 weekly flights
LY387 TLV1820 – 2145MXP 739 x256
LY388 MXP2250 – 0345+1TLV 738 x256

Day 1 service operates until 25NOV13

Tel Aviv – Rome 01NOV13 – 07DEC13 1 weekly flight
LY383 TLV1130 – 1420FCO 739 5
LY384 FCO2145 – 0215+1TLV 739 6

Tel Aviv – Moscow Domodedovo eff 12DEC13 10 weekly flights
LY611 TLV0550 – 1200DME 739 x56
LY613 TLV1635 – 2250DME 739 x56

LY612 DME1310 – 1520TLV 739 x56
LY614 DME2355 – 0205+1TLV 739 x56

Tel Aviv – Barcelona eff 13DEC13 1 weekly flight
LY393 TLV0730 – 1120BCN 739 5
LY392 BCN2250 – 0410+1TLV 739 6

El Al’s Boeing 767-200ER aircraft, which joined the fleet in 1984, is scheduled to operate last commercial service in late-September 2013.
Tel Aviv – Milan Malpensa 03SEP13 LY387/388
Tel Aviv – Barcelona 04SEP13 LY393/394
Tel Aviv – Amsterdam 17SEP13 LY337/338
Tel Aviv – London Luton 22SEP13 LY311/312
Tel Aviv – Mumbai 22SEP13 LY071 from TLV; 23SEP13 LY072 from BOM (767-300ER replaces 767-200ER from 23SEP13)

El Al’s First Boeing 767-200 routes were Tel Aviv – Rome and Tel Aviv – Paris Orly, in August 1982, followed by -200ER from March 1984.

El Al’s planned Boeing 737-900ER operation, as well as final 767-200ER service, remains subject to last minute changes.

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