EasyJet doubles flights between Israel and Italy

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April 12, 2019 09:02
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British low-cost carrier EasyJet announced on Thursday that it will double its flights between Tel Aviv and Italy.

The airline connects Ben-Gurion Airport to Milan Malpensa, Naples and Venice.

In addition to the five weekly flights to Milan Malpensa that are already operated year-round, the airline extended operation to Naples and Venice will be from now year-round, with two weekly flights to Naples on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and with three weekly flights to Venice on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.


EasyJet carries more than 83 million passengers annually. It began operations from Tel Aviv to Italy in 2014, opening the direct connection with Milan Malpensa. 

The new flights are already on sale.

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