Wizz Air to launch two new Eilat routes

August 14, 2018 11:07
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Tel Aviv (TNS) - Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air will launch two new routes from Eilat (Ovda) starting in November. Starting November 9, there will be twice weekly flights from Eilat to Hungarian capital Budapest on Fridays and Mondays. Starting November 10, there will be twice weekly flights on Saturdays and Tuesdays to the Bulgarian capital Sofia.

Wizz Air announced last month that it is launching flights between Vienna and Eilat and this winter. The carrier will also operate routes between Eilat and London Luton, Bucharest, Riga and Warsaw.Wizz Air operates 22 routes between Israel and 10 European countries,


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