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May 11, 1984 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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Friday, May 11, 1984 61

e s es.

Starting June 18th, you
can fly direct from Chicago
to Tel Aviv. Only on El Al,
The Airline of Israel.

Start counting your bless-
ings. It'll no longer take you 40
days and 40 nights to get to
The Promised Land.
Very soon (June 18th, to be
exact), you'll be able to fly El Al
on the fastest, 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. (Because they
go where you 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 for 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 stopover. When you're ready to continue,
we offer frequent departures.
Every flight is a spacious 747. There'll be free drinks, delectable kosher meals
(including our famous bagels and lox breakfast), and a free double feature.
So call your Travel Agent or El Al, toll-free at 1-800-223-6700. You'll bless the
day you do.

The star of the skies

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