Saturday, 23 May 2009

Fly to Tel Aviv, Israel with BMI from London

BMI is the UK's second largest airline. They began flights from London Heathrow to Tel Aviv in March 2008 with one flight a day. After announcing the route launch was their most successful ever, a second daily flight would began in March 2009, and the aircraft used on the route are now Airbus A330 with a four class configuration including Premium Economy. This aircraft has around 200 seats. Passengers flying Business Class are able to have a free chauffeur to the airport.

You can visit the website or see below for further information. For news on the route to Tel Aviv, click here.

Flight times for the BMI London to Tel Aviv route.

From London Heathrow (Terminal 1) to Ben Gurion Airport
BD761 Dep: 11:15 Arr: 18:05 Airbus A330 (4 class aprox. 200 seats)
BD763 Dep: 21:55 Arr:05:00 Airbus A330 (4 class aprox. 200 seats)

From Ben Gurion Airport (Terminal 3) to London Heathrow
BD762 Dep: 06:30 Arr: 10:00 Airbus A330 (4 class aprox. 200 seats)
BD764 Dep: 18:20 Arr: 22:50 Airbus A330 (4 class aprox. 200 seats)

Check fares for BMI flights between London and Tel Aviv

If you have experience flying this route, please comment below.


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