As of January 2019, the new Ramon Airport opened in Eilat, which will operate as the new airport serving the south of Israel. Ovda Airport which was previously used in Eilat is no longer operating. The new Ramon Airport in Eilat has made travel to the southern city easier and more efficient for both local and domestic flights. The new airport which is situated about 18 km north of Israel’s southernmost city of Eilat, is in the Timna Valley, and aside from its beautiful location, the airport itself is beautiful inside and out.
Flights to Ramon Airport in Eilat, Israel from Europe
Flights to Ramon Airpot in Eilat, Israel include Ryanair, WizzAir, Finnair, Lufthansa, Transavia, Ural, and Pobeda. All flights operate only between October to March. New flights to Ramon Airport in Eilat will be added as they become available.
Sofia – Wizz Air (Flights operate on Mondays and Fridays)
Prague – Ryanair (Flights operate on Mondays and Fridays)
Helsinki – Finnair (Flights operate on Tuesdays)
Paris – Transavia (Flights on Wednesdays and Sundays)
Berlin – Ryanair (Flights on Mondays and Fridays)
Frankfurt – Lufthansa (Sundays)
Budapest – Ryanair, Wizz Air (Flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday)
Milan – Ryanair (Flights on Thursday and Sunday)
Riga – Wizzair (Flights on Monday and Friday)
Vilna – Wizzair (Flights on Tuesday and Saturday)
Kaunas – Ryanair (Thursday and Sunday)
Amsterdam – Transavia (Flights on Wednesday and Saturday)
Bucharest – Wizzair (Tuesday and Saturday)
Moscow – Ural, Pobeda (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday)
St Petersburg – Ural (Thursday and Sunday)
Bratislava – Ryanair (Thursday and Sunday)
New flight updates will be added as they become available. It is also possible to see all flights arriving into Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv. Across the border in Jordan, Aqaba Airport has a growing number of international flight connections, which might also prove convenient for some wishing to visit Eilat. Here is the full list of flights to Aqaba Airport which is just a few minutes from the Arava Border Crossing.