A new route is added to the range of destinations available from Brussels South Charleroi Airport. The airline Ryanair today launches its new line to Tel Aviv (Israel). With four flights a week, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, the two cities will be connected by the airline’s Boeing 737-800s, with a capacity of 189 seats.
Tickets are now available on the airline’s website – http://www.ryanair.com – with an entry-level price of €24.99.
At 08:15 on the dot, the first plane bearing Ryanair’s colours took off for Tel Aviv. Onboard were 189 passengers looking forward to exploring this multi-faceted city. Culture, beaches and dolce vita, as well as fine food and a bustling nightlife: Tel Aviv offers travellers a huge array of activities.
Israel’s second-biggest city, Tel Aviv has plenty of attractions for tourists to enjoy. Its museum, its port and the Hayarkon park are bound to impress young and old alike. Fancy a bit of sunshine and some beautiful sand? The city’s seafront is a stunning setting for a delightful stroll.
Tel Aviv-David Ben Gurion international airport is now available from Brussels South Charleroi thanks to four flights a week at the following times:
Hélène BEGASSE, the PR and Communications Manager for Ryanair in Belgium, announced: “We are delighted to launch our first flight from Brussels Charleroi to Tel Aviv today. Today also marks the start of our most ambitious winter programme ever at Brussels Charleroi with a total of 67 routes, including 1 new line to Tel Aviv, extended over the 2020 summer season, and 1 new winter line to Béziers, which will help take 6.4m customers to/from Brussels Charleroi airport this year.
To celebrate, we are launching a special offer with the opportunity to travel on our routes from Brussels Charleroi from just €16.99 until the end of January 2020, available to book until midnight on Thursday 31 October, exclusively on Ryanair.com. Given the fact that these incredibly low prices will be snapped up in no time, customers should go to www.ryanair.com as soon as possible to avoid missing out on this offer.”
Philippe VERDONCK, Chief Executive Officer of Brussels South Charleroi Airport explains: “We are delighted to see a new destination added to the many routes offered by Ryanair. Tel Aviv is the perfect destination for passengers looking for somewhere where they can explore and relax. We continue to strive to offer travellers a fantastic experience to take off for their well-deserved holidays. And you’ll feel like your holiday has already begun as you step into the Brussels South Charleroi Airport terminal.”
Charleroi, 28 October 2019