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El Al Israel Airlines Says FY Revenue Rose 2% To $2.18 Billion
El Al Qtrly Rev $429 mln
El Al petitions Supreme Court over flights via Saudi airspace
El Al Israel Airlines Ltd. (El Al) is an international airline company. The Company operates domestic and international flights between Israel and abroad. Services include commercial flight services, charter flights and cargo. Further activities include the provision of catering services to its own and leased aircraft, checking services, such as at arrival and departure desks, cargo handling, security services and maintenance services for its own flight carriers, as well as for other companies. El Al also offers an E-Club card, offering various deals and bonuses for its members. The Company's fleet comprises two Boeing 737-700 and 14 737-800, five Boeing 747-400, seven Boeing 767, five Boeing 757 and six Boeing 777-200 aircraft. El Al's subsidiaries include Sun D'or, Taman, Catit, Superstar Holidays, ACI (50%), Borenstein Caterers, Airtour (50%), Cyber (49%) and Holiday Lines (20%).
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Tamar Ada Mozes Borovitz
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A 27-year-old U.S.-born yeshiva student has secured control of El Al Israel Airlines <ELAL.TA> following a public share offering that was a government condition for the carrier to receive a 75% state-backed $250 million loan.
Cash-strapped El Al Israel Airlines <ELAL.TA> raised $148 million in a government-mandated share offering on Wednesday that will enable it to receive a state bailout package.
El Al Israel Airlines said on Thursday it would operate the first cargo flight to Dubai by an Israeli carrier on Sept. 16.
Israeli-Russian businessman David Sapir has offered to buy joint control of financially strapped El Al Israel Airlines <ELAL.TA>, promising to use his business ties to return Israel's flag carrier to profitability.
The El Al <ELAL.TA> flight carrying the U.S. and Israeli delegations to the United Arab Emirates entered Saudi Arabian airspace on Monday, the first known such action by an Israeli commercial airline.
El Al Airlines <ELAL.TA> will on Monday fly Israel's first flight to the United Arab Emirates by a commercial carrier, an airline spokesman said on Friday, as the countries forge ahead with a deal to normalise ties.
El Al Israel Airlines swung to a loss in the second quarter with commercial operations still suspended due to COVID-19, while cargo flights and cutbacks were unable to offset the loss in revenue from passenger flights.
Eli Rozenberg's bid for a controlling stake in El Al Israel Airlines <ELAL.TA> is below the price that can be obtained in a public share offering and may struggle to gain board support, said a source close to the board who declined to be named.
El Al Israel Airlines said on Wednesday it has reached an agreement with its administrative and engineering workers that will save the battered airline $88 million a year.
El Al's fate is expected to be decided in the coming days, with the Israeli airline looking to reach a deal with workers on job and spending cuts to get government aid.
El Al Israel Airlines reported a first quarter loss on a steep drop in revenue and said it has had to give up some of its fleet and release most of its workforce on unpaid leave to contend with the coronavirus outbreak.
El Al Israel Airlines said on Thursday it agreed to trim its staff of flight attendants to save $30 million a year, as it negotiates a governemnt bailout while flights have been grounded due to the coronavirus outbreak.
El Al Israel Airlines extended its suspension of scheduled commercial flights until July 31 and said it would continue to use its aircraft for cargo and occasional passenger flights.
The coronavirus crisis may be pushing El Al Israel Airlines back into the hands of the state, less than two decades after the flag carrier was privatised.
El Al Israel Airlines <ELAL.TA> on Monday extended unpaid leave for 5,800 workers until July 31 and said that without state aid it will not be able to resume operations once the country's borders, shut over the coronavirus crisis, reopen.
El Al Israel Airlines on Wednesday extended a suspension of scheduled commercial flights until June 20 but said it would continue to use its aircraft for cargo and occasional passenger flights.
* NET LOSS IN 2019 AMOUNTED TO ABOUT USD 60 MILLION, COMPARED TO ABOUT USD 52 MILLION IN 2018.
El Al Israel Airlines reported a loss in the fourth quarter of 2019 and warned that it could collapse should talks fail with the government to secure a state-backed loan.
The Israeli government will demand that El Al Israel Airlines <ELAL.TA> carries out an overhaul, including layoffs, before agreeing to throw a lifeline to the cash-strapped airline, officials said on Sunday.
El Al Israel Airlines extended its suspension of scheduled commercial flights until May 30 but would continue to use its aircraft for cargo and occasional passenger flights.
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