SHOCKING: El Al Subsidiary Sun D’Or Gave Out Treif Sandwiches To Passengers

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JERUSALEM (VINnews) — A passenger who was waiting to board a flight from George to Israel on Sun D’Or Airlines, a low-cost subsidiary of El Al owned fully by the parent company, was astonished to receive a sandwich containing chicken and cheese. The incident occurred on Sunday at Georgia’s Alexander Kartveli Batumi International Airport.

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El Al said that it is investigating the matter.

The flight to Israel was delayed and local crews from the Sun D’Or company gave out sandwiches to passengers waiting for the plane. One passenger noticed that he had been given chicken with cheese in the same sandwich.

El Al responded, stating that “Due to a flight delay, local crews from Batumi initiated the distribution of food and drink during the wait at the airport. Unfortunately due to human error, passengers from LY5104 received non-kosher sandwiches while waiting on the ground. We stress that the incident did not occur on the plane and all food served on El Al flights is kosher. We apologize to travelers and will work to sharpen our regulations in order to prevent such events from recurring.”

Eli Rozenberg, an Orthodox Jew, has a controlling share in El Al airlines.


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Traitor Joe is giving Hamas aid and comfort.
Traitor Joe is giving Hamas aid and comfort.
1 month ago

Reasonable explanation not sure why this is news. This didn’t happen on the plane it happened in the airport. The only food available wouldn’t be kosher.

Needs to be said
Needs to be said
1 month ago

“Jewish” media is SHOCKED over the most non electrifying things.

It’s all חזיר פוס!

Menachem
Menachem
1 month ago

Did it say kosher on the food?

Yehuda
Yehuda
1 month ago

Jeez, VIN. Hope the clicks and the ad revenue from this nonsense is worth it.

R. Moshe
R. Moshe
1 month ago

OK, but did anybody read the wrapper?
Decades ago I flew British and they served a snack of a salami sandwich marked kosher with a Hashgacha I was not familiar with. While eating I saw it was shmeared with a white-yellow shmear. I immediately stopped eating and threw out the sandwich which looked like meat with butter.
It turns out that the British, nebach, put mayo on salami. The Hashgacha was and remains very respected.

lazy-boy
lazy-boy
1 month ago

often they buy local made food for distribution on the flights.

Sam
Sam
1 month ago

Will need to be careful next time I fly from Atlanta to Israel.