Connectivity important for boosting India-Israel relationship


The connectivity between India and Israel will influence the bilateral relationship and help in increasing the tourist flow on both the sides, India’s Ambassador to Israel has said. Pavan Kapoor’s remarks came as Indian national carrier Air India celebrated its one year of operations on the Tel Aviv-Delhi sector.

The sector is considered a major diplomatic breakthrough given that the flights use Saudi and Omani airspace, registering an impressive growth with average seat occupancy around eighty percent making it one of the most lucrative sector.

Air India’s staff and the crew celebrated the completion of one year of operations on the route with passengers travelling to Delhi on April 8 night at an event organised here at the airport just before the flight took off at 10:35 PM. Read more

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