Ryanair has stopped service to Israel from Europe which is to be resumed this autumn for the 2016/17 winter season.
The carrier announced that it was suspending flights until the autumn, when it would return with new routes to and from Israel. Since September Ryanair has operated regular flights between Ovda airport near Eilat and 3 airports in East Europe: Krakow, Budapest and Kaunas.
Ryanair will resume its service to Israel in November. In the 2016/17 winter season the low-cost airline will operate two weekly flights to Budapest (Hungary), Kaunas (Lithuania), and Krakow (Poland) and also plan to add two weekly flights to a new destination – Bratislava (Slovakia)
Another good news for budget travelers is that the Irish carrier is seeking to arrange a route between Tel Aviv and Dublin. This route has no direct connection now.