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March 11, 2019 10:10 am

Ryanair to Offer Daily Flights Between Tel Aviv and Berlin

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Irish airline Ryanair arrives to the airport in the southern Israeli city of Eilat on Nov. 9, 2015. Photo: Flash90.

JNS.org – Ryanair will offer daily direct flights between Tel Aviv and Berlin starting in October, announced the airline on Saturday.

The flights will be between Ben-Gurion International Airport and Tegel Airport.

The route to and from Germany will be the firm’s third, as it already facilitates flights between Tel Aviv and Baden-Baden and Memmingen.

Tickets will go on sale this week with fares starting at a launch rate of $22.59 in each direction. The airline “will pick up some of the demand resulting from the bankruptcy and halting of activities by Germania Airlines, which operated flights between Tel Aviv and several German cities including Berlin,” reported the Israeli business news site Globes.

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Additionally, Ryanair announced last week that it launched three weekly flights between Tel Aviv and Athens and Thessaloniki.

Last week, Ryanair became the first to land flights at Eilat’s new Ramon International Airport.

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