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AFI Group

[AFI Group] image located by Esteban Rivera, 16 June 2022

אפדיקה ישדאר חעשיןח, (English: Africa Israel Investments), more formally "אפריקה ישראל להשקעות בעמ" (English: Africa Israel Investment, Ltd.) formerly Africa Industry Ltd. (although the flag specimen attached reads "Industries"), also known as AFI Group, is an international holding and investment company based in Yehud, Israel. The group consists of several private and public companies active in areas such as real estate, construction, infrastructure, manufacturing, tourism and leisure.

Sources:,, and

The flag is the logo over a white horizontal background, in black and blue colors, text in Hebrew. The logo was designed by "דן ריזינגר" (English: Dan Reisinger) in 1981. The logo is in red color, while the flag displays several tones of blue, black and white.
Sources: and

For additional information go to Africa-Israel (official website):

Esteban Rivera
, 16 June 2022

Delek Israel Fuel Company Ltd.

[Delek Israel Fuel Company Ltd. (Israel)] image by Dov Gutterman

Delek changed its flag. Above is the new flag.
Dov Gutterman, 19 May 2003

Previous Flag

[Delek Israel Fuel Company Ltd. (Israel)] image by Dov Gutterman

One of the few commercial flags worth noting is that of Delek (meaning petrol), an oil company whose flags can be seen flying on its gas stations, a red logo on white in which, possibly inspired by the national flag, two stripes were added to both top and bottom – an outer thin red and inner wide green which are the company colors.
Dov Gutterman
, 23 May 2000

Dor Alon

[Alon Israel Fuel Company Ltd.] 2:3 image by Dov Gutterman

Alon (meaning oak) is one of the Israeli oil companies whose flags are hoisted above each and every gas station.
Dov Gutterman
, 29 August 2001

Alon – Isreal Oil Company Ltd (Alon – Hevrat HaDelek LeIsrael Ba'am). was incorporated in 1989. In 1995, it purchased one of its rivals: Dor Energy (1988) Ltd. (Dor Energia (1988) Ba'am) and in 2004 both were merged into Dor-Alon Energy in Israel (1988) Ltd. (Dor Alon Energia BeIsrael (1988) Ba'am).
The merged company use Alon's emblem but with the inscription "Dor Alon" as can be seen in its website at
Dov Gutterman, 3 June 2007

Egged Public Transport Co-op Ltd.

One of the few commercial flags worth noting was the former flag of Egged, Israel's biggest public transportation company, which was a diagonally divided (bottom hoist to upper fly) purple over yellow with the company logo on the lower fly. This company recently adopted new colors and a new flag which is a simple white logo on a green field.
Dov Gutterman
, 23 May 2000

A white stylized Alef (first letter in the Hebrew alphabet and also the company's initial) on green can be seen hoisted over Haifa central bus station. Egged Public Transportation Co-op is the biggest bus company in Israel. I took some photographs.
Company logo can be seen at <>.
Dov Gutterman
, 23 May 2000

El Al (אל על)

[El Al] image by Randy Young, 19 April 2016

I did find a flag (source) as well as two GIFs: (1 and 2). Here's the logo and flag evolution.
Esteban Rivera, 19 April 2016

Old (pre 2006) Flag

[El Al] image by Randy Young, 19 April 2016

The annual Israel Day Parade was held today in New York. Many flags, but mostly IL and US, and many decorative flags and banners. I did see a flag of El Al, the Israel national airline: divided diagonally, upper/hoist blue and lower/fly white. In addition, there were extra triangular white and grey stripes below the blue half, running along the diagonal with the point at the upper hoist. The logo of the airline – the name in Hebrew and English, mixed with an element from the Israeli flags, in blue along the bottom.
Nathan Lamm, 1 June 2003

Elbit Systems Ltd.


[Elbit flag]       [Elbit flag] images located by William Garrison
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[Elbit logo] image located by William Garrison

Elbit Systems Ltd. is a Israel-based international high technology company, engaged primarily in developing and supplying of airborne, land and naval systems and products for defense, homeland security and commercial applications.
The flag has both light-blue and dark-blue (with yellow-colored lightning bolt) field variations. (Website:
William Garrison, 13 November 2023

Greek Salon Ashdod

[Greek Salon] image located by William Garrison

Flag of a Greek tavern in Ashdod, Israel. Hebrew inscription on the blue bar on top: "Greek Salon Ashdod". Hebrew inscription in the circle: "Greek Salon". English writing on the outer circle: "CHEF TAVERN" (upper Hebrew writing not discernable, probably also "Chef Tavern").
located by William Garrison, 3 January 2024

Israel Aerospace Industries & Blue Bird Aero Systems

[Israel Aerospace Industries & Blue Bird Aero Systems] image located by William Garrison

The flag of Israel Aerospace Industries is blue with the logo centered. The flag of BlueBird Aero Systems similarly is white with logo centered. (source)
Caption: 3 items: 2 desktop gonfalon of "Israel Aerospace Industries" and "BlueBird Aero Systems" and its larger flag second from left; c. Sept. 2020.
William Garrison, 21 August 2021

Minrav Group

[Minrav flag] 2:3
image by Dov Gutterman

Yesterday, while driving my car, I noticed a strange flag at a construction site. It was not the usuall commercial flag and at first glance it looks like the flag of Municipality of Holon.
However, I was quite far from Hulon and my curiocity made me taking a detour of my route in order to check the flag.
It appears that it is the flag "Minrav Group", an Israeli building contractors,
Sources: Observation 12 March 2004,
Dov Gutterman, 13 March 2004

Sheba Medical Center

SMC flag     SMC flag images located by William Garrison/Martin Karner
(source)                                                       (source: still image from video at 1:07 min.)

In mid-July 2023, Israeli Prime Minister Benj. Netanyahu was admitted and released from the Sheba Medical Center. From a news article, I noticed the center's white-field flag at the "Tel HaShomer Hospital" in a suburb of Tel Aviv, Israel. Hebrew text on the flag: first line: "Sheba"; second line: "Tel Hashomer"; third line: "The city of health"; fourth line: "of Israel". The third and fourth line together can also be translated as "Israel's city of health".
William Garrison/Martin Karner, 18 July 2023/1 April 2024