Ryanair launches 15 new routes to Israel, with flights to Tel Aviv and Eilat (Ovda) from Germany, Poland, Belgium, and more

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Ryanair, the European low-cost airline will launch 15 new routes to Israel in the winter of 2017. Flights will begin at the end of October from Germany, Poland, Italy, and Cyprus to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport and Eilat’s Ovda Airport which will soon be replaced by the new Ramon Airport. The flights will start from 20 EUR per person and are on sale shortly. The new Ryanair routes create direct connections to Tel Aviv and Eilat from a number of new cities in Europe, at prices which ave never before been seen.

Ryanair will launch flights to Tel Aviv from:

  • Baden-Baden (twice a week)
  • Gdansk (twice a week)
  • Krakow (twice a week)
  • Milan Bergamo (4 times weekly)
  • Paphos (daily)
  • Poznan (twice a week)
  • Wroclaw (twice a week).

Flights to Eilat will be from:

  • Baden-Baden (twice a week)
  • Berlin (twice a week)
  • Brussels (twice a week)
  • Frankfurt-Hahn (twice a week)
  • Gdansk (twice a week)
  • Milan Bergamo (twice a week)
  • Poznan (twice a week)
  • Warsaw (twice a week)
  • In addition to the existing flights from Bratislava, Budapest, Krakow, and Kaunas.
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