Ryanair announces first Israel flights

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3 NEW EILAT OVDA ROUTES TO BUDAPEST, KAUNAS & KRAKOW

Ryanair today (7 July) announced its first Israeli flights, with 3 new routes at Eilat Ovda Airport to Budapest, Kaunas and Krakow commencing in November, which will deliver 40,000 customers p.a.

Ryanair’s Israeli operations will deliver:

  • 3 new routes to Budapest (2 x weekly), Kaunas (2 x weekly) & Krakow (2 x weekly)
  • 6 weekly return flights to/from Eilat Ovda Airport
  • 40,000 customers p.a.

Ryanair will continue to negotiate with the Israeli authorities over future routes and looks forward to growing Israeli tourism, traffic and jobs.

Ryanair customers can enjoy allocated seating, a free second carry-on bag, reduced fees, an improved website and app with mobile boarding passes, and Ryanair’s Family Extra and Business Plus services, making Ryanair the ideal choice for families, business and leisure travellers.

Ryanair’s 3 new Eilat Ovda routes go on sale on the Ryanair.com website tomorrow at fares from €29.99 for travel in November and December, and are available for booking from Wednesday 8 July until midnight Friday (10 July).

3 NEW EILAT OVDA ROUTES

Route Start Date Fares
Eilat Ovda – Budapest From 7 Nov ‘15 €29.99
Eilat Ovda – Kaunas From 5 Nov ‘15 €29.99
Eilat Ovda – Krakow From 7 Nov ‘15 €29.99

Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer, David O’Brien said:

“Ryanair is pleased to announce our entry into the Israeli market from November 2015, our 31st country, with three new Eilat Ovda routes to Budapest, Kaunas and Krakow, which will deliver 40,000 customers annually.

We are continuing to negotiate with the Israeli authorities and we look forward to growing our Israeli route network in the future.

To celebrate our 3 new Eilat Ovda routes we are releasing seats on sale from just €29.99for travel in November and December which are available for booking from tomorrow, Wednesday 8 July until midnight Friday (10 July).

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