AIR France flight #867 to Paris was the first Israeli airline to fly to Israel since 2008.
It took off from Tel Aviv’s Kibbutz Ashkelon Airport at 7:45 am on March 10, 2019.
The aircraft was loaded onto a flight bus on March 12 and landed at Kibby airport at 1:25 pm on March 13.
It was the last Israeli airline operated by Air France before it was sold to Israel’s Israel Airlines in 2018.
The airline operated for 10 years before it became part of Air France, with some of the routes being operated by the Israeli airline.
The flight was also the first flight to be operated from Israel by a US airline.
A recent report by Israel’s Airports Authority said Air France Flight #877 to Tel Aviv was the only Israeli airline operating since 2008, but there were many other Israeli airlines operating before that.
The Israeli airline’s first commercial flight to Israel was from Kibbet Ashkelor to Tel Yitzhar in 2010.
This flight landed in Tel Aviv at 1.55 pm on April 7, 2020.
The plane was operated by Israel Air Services (IAAS) and was operated out of the Tel Aviv International Airport.
AIR France Flight 867 (left) to Tel Rumeida (right) via Kibbutt Ashkelot Airport, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 10: The airline said the first commercial flights to Israel were operated by IAS, which was then the sole operator of the Israeli carrier.
IAAS has since been merged with the Israel Air Service, which is now owned by Israel Airlines.
Israel Air services, the second largest airline in the world, has been the operator of Israel’s airlines since 2005.
It was not clear whether the flight was flying from Tel Rude, Tel Hayehav, Tel Yizhar or Tel Haye, or from Tel Yochai.
Israel Airlines has no official website for Air France flights.
The flight had a total of 12 passengers and two crew members, with four of the crew members returning to Tel Hayes to attend to other business.
Air France Flight 907 from Tel Hayei to Tel Yaakov in Israel via Kifraya, Tel Ruzon, Tel Golan, Haifa, Israel on March 11: The aircraft had a maximum capacity of 36 passengers and six crew members.
Flight 907 was operated from Tel Givat Shlomo to Tel Arad in the Israeli desert, landing in Tel Yaor, near the town of Kefar in the north.
This flight landed at Tel Rizei airport in the southern Israeli coastal city of Kiryat Arba.
For the last 20 years, Israel Air has operated a flight to Tel Azores, the only stop on its flight to Europe, which includes stops in Lisbon, Barcelona, Zurich and Munich.