Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has announced two new Israel routes between Eilat and Germany starting November. The carrier has added Bremen and Dusseldorf to the routes it is offering between Eilat and Germany this winter.
The two new German destinations can be added to the 15 new Israel routes that Ryanair announced in February. From November Ryanair will now operate a total of 21 routes from Israel - 14 routes from Ovda near Eilat and 7 routes from Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv.
Ryanair already operates flights from Ovda Airport to four European destinations - Krakow (Poland), Kaunus (Lithuania), Bratislava (Slovakia), and Budapest (Hungary). The ten new routes to be introduced will be to Brussels (Belgium), Milan (Italy), Berlin, Frankfurt, Baden-Baden, Bremen and Dusseldorf (Germany), and Gdansk, Warsaw and Poznan (Poland).
Ryanair has already launched flights from Tel Aviv (Ben Gurion Airport) to Paphos (Cyprus) in March and the other scheduled new routes from Ben Gurion Airport are to Milan (Italy), Baden-Baden (Germany) and Gdansk, Poznan, Wroclaw and Krakow (Poland).
One-way flights on the new Eilat - Germany routes start from €30.
Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on May 10, 2017
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