EL AL Israel Airlines Official Carrier

EL AL Israel Airlines is proud to be the official carrier for ICare4Autism International Autism Conference in Israel on August 1-2, 2012

Fly EL AL to the event and enjoy special benefits:

»        Enjoy Free registration to the  Matmid Frequent Flyer club and receive exclusive benefits!
For Registration click here>

Flight reservation:

Fly EL AL and receive 10% discount on EL AL flights.
For Reservations click here>

Terms and Conditions:

  • The 10% promotion is valid for flights departing to Israel starting July 29, 2012 and departing from Israel last date August 5, 2012
  • Reservation and ticketing until July 29
  • The promotion is valid on direct EL AL flights to Israel and does not apply to code share flights.
  • The promotion applies on all classes, based on availability and class terms.
  • No double deals or discounts
  • The free registration to the Matmid Club is valid until July 29, 2012
  • Errors and omissions excepted
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