FlyDubai Flight No. FZ8194 entered Saudi Arabia’s airspace before landing at Dubai International Airport just after 5:40 pm on Sunday.
A number of businessmen eager for opportunities in the UAE were among the passengers.
The flight comes after Israel and the UAE, which have long had clandestine contacts, agreed to full normalization of relations on August 13.
The UAE and Bahrain signed the controversial agreements to normalize ties with Israel at the White House on September 15, amid outrage across Palestine and the Muslim world.
The UAE and Israel have agreed to launch regular commercial flights between soon, while other recent flights have carried business and governmental delegations.
The government-owned budget airline FlyDubai plans to begin its flights to Tel Aviv later this month. The carrier described Sunday’s flight as a “commercial charter flight” for the incoming tourists, without elaborating.
The first direct flight from Israel to the United Arab Emirates landed in Abu Dhabi on August 31, carrying US and Israeli officials.
On October 19, the first commercial flight from the UAE to Israel landed at Ben-Gurion airport. The Etihad Airways Flight EY9607 carried an Israeli travel and tourism delegation and headed for Abu Dhabi later in the day.