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March 30, 1984 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 30, 1984 .9

Starting June 18th



Only El Al, the airline of
Israel can fly you direct from
Chicago to Tel Aviv.

Look to the skies on June
18th (best viewing time a little
after R-:30 PM), and you'll-gee-
a new star on the rise. It's El Al's
new service --the fastest and
most convenient flights from
Chicago to Israel.
This is direct service. With
no change of planes. No change
of terminals. And no problems
with your bags. (Wherever you
go, they go.)
And it's scheduled Not
chartered So it leaves when it should (every Monday at 8:30 PM), and arrives when it
should (just in time foi dinner the next day).
On the way, there's a stop in Amsterdam. If you'd like to break up your journey=
coming or going-you can make a free stop-over When you're ready to continue, we offer
frequent departures.from Amsterdam.
Every flight is a spacious 747. There'll be free drinks, delectable kosher meals and a
free double feature (kosher popcorn, of course).
So call your 'Ravel Agent or El Al now, toll-free at 1-800-223-6700 to reserve a seat
on one of our new direct flights to Israel. You'll she why it's such a joy to be holding a
ticket on El Al.

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