Wizz flight takes off from Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion Airport.

In cooperation with the Israel Tourism Ministry, Europe’s low-cost Wizz Air continues its expansion in Israel.

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, continues its massive expansion in Israel, announcing four new low-fare routes from Riga (Latvia) Katowice (Poland), Prague (Czech Republic) and Bucharest (Romania) to Eilat Ovda, the company announced on Wednesday.

The new low-fare services, with convenient schedules, will start in the winter season 2017, along with 18 other connection, already available on Wizz’s low-fare network to Tel Aviv and Eilat.

The announcement underlines Wizz’s commitment to the Israeli market and its continuous expansion since its first flight from Tel Aviv in 2012. The new services, operated during the winter season, will establish an important link for trade and business between the countries, boost bi-directional tourism, while travelers can explore the rich history of these cities, enjoy the various cuisines, dazzling architecture and amazing landscapes.

Responding to the growing demand for Wizz flights by Israeli consumers, in 2017 the airline is starting 12 new services from Tel Aviv and Eilat Ovda airports, expanding its low-fare network from Israel to 22 routes in nine countries across Europe and offering more than 800,000 seats on sale to and from Israel until the end of this year.

Since the beginning of 2017, nearly 355,000 passengers have already enjoyed Wizz’s low fares, easy booking system and excellent on-board service to and from Israel, supporting over 260 indirect jobs in airport operations, transportation, hospitality and tourism industries.

Courtesy: Israeli Government Press Office

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Source: United with Israel