Jetair starts flights to Belgium

Jetair, a leading company in the Belgian tourist industry, is TUI's third low-cost carrier that is starting to operate flights to Israel following Thomsonfly.

By SHELLY PAZ
March 26, 2008 10:56
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The Belgium low-cost carrier Jetairfly, a subsidiary of German tour operator TUI AG, this week, launched its route between Liege and Tel Aviv. Jetair, a leading company in the Belgian tourist industry, is TUI's third low-cost carrier that is starting to operate flights to Israel following Thomsonfly, which flies to a number of destinations in the UK and Hapag Fly, flying to destinations across Germany. Jetair representatives in Israel will be Holiday Travel Company. Moni Bar, Chairman of Holiday Travel in Israel, said, Monday, in a press conference which was gathered to mark the festive inauguration of the aerial route between Israel and Belgium, that unlike other lowcost companies, Jetair will not limit any of its passengers to an inflexible schedule. "A businessman, who wants to travel to Belgium for only a few days will also be able to enjoy the company's low fairs," Bar said. Jetair will fly to Israel twice a week, Mondays and Thursdays, in its newly purchased planes, Boeing 737, with 200 seats in each one of the planes. The flights will departure from Liege's airport, situated 80 kilometers from Brussels. Plane tickets will be offered for the initial price of 99 for a oneway ticket including airport taxes. The airline will be offering a small number of the cheaper tickets with the fare rising as demand picks up. The tickets will be available for purchase via the company's website (http://www.Jetairfly.com). Jetair was established 36 years ago and is considered the second largest airline company in Belgium. It operates a big fleet of new planes, Boeing 737 and Boeing 767. The company uses Brussels airport as its main hub and flies to 66 international and domestic destinations. During 2007 the company hosted 1.9 million passengers on its planes.

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