Sun D'Or International Airlines Limited (Hebrew: סאן דור), also styled as Sundor, is an Israeli airline with its hub at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport. It is a fully owned subsidiary of El Al and operates regular, ad hoc, and seasonal passenger charters using aircraft leased from El Al. The airline is licenced for the commercial transport of passengers and cargo on charter flights to and from Israel and owned an Air Operator Certificate to operate two leased planes that were fully serviced by El Al's maintenance. Most of the airlines services were between Tel Aviv and European destinations. As of March 2013, all Sun D'Or's flights are operated by El Al under Sun D'Or, Arkia and Israir brand.
Sun D'Or was established on 1 October 1977 as El Al Charter Services Ltd., as a subsidiary of El Al at a time when the airline was fully owned by the State. The airline changed its name in 1981 to Sun D’Or (D’Or means "of Gold" in French), and soon after, Uriel Yashiv, the CEO of the airline at the time, chose to add "International Airlines" to the airline's name to create Sun D'Or International Airlines. This additional qualification is not used in Hebrew, however, and both aircraft flown by the company bear solely the "Sun D'Or - סאן דור" title.
In 1988 Sun D'Or had its head office in the El Al House in Tel Aviv.
Since April 2001, Sun D'Or had grown to become a significant player in the Israeli charter market. The airline also operated flights for incoming tourists, on behalf of European and Israeli operators. In January 2005, Sun D'Or became a private company following the privatisation of El Al.
Sun D’Or International Airlines remained a fully owned subsidiary company of El Al and as such its passengers could take advantage of this association. Benefits included the ability for passengers to accumulate El Al frequent flyer points on Sun D'Or flights, and the supplying of food including all types of special meals through Tamam-Catering, an El-Al Subsidiary. El Al also provided ground services, air crews and aircraft for Sun D'Or.
In March 2011, The Israel Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced the suspension of Sun D'Or's operating license effective April 1, 2011. The CAA based its decision citing non-compliance with Israeli and international airline management standards, mainly lack of self-owned planes and crew.
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