• 9 Aug 2018, 12:00
  • João

Wizzair launches two new routes to Eilat, Israel!

Two new routes to Israel’s most southern city!

Wizzair has just announced that it will start flying between Budapest or Sofia to Eilat, Israel, with service scheduled to start this November!

Wizzair today announced it will two new routes to Eilat! Fly from Sofia or Budapest to Israel’s most southern city, a busy port and popular resort at the northern tip of the Red Sea. The city’s beaches, coral reefs, nightlife and desert landscapes make it a popular destination for international tourists – especially during Winter time.

Tickets are available starting as low as €9.98 one way and operations will start on November 2018!

Wizz Air will be introducing service on the following new routes:
✈ Budapest – Eilat (Monday, Friday)
✈ Sofia – Eilat (Tuesday, Saturday)

How to book:
Visit Wizzair.com. To get the lowest rates you have to be a member of Wizz Discount Club (WDC).

Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger with maximum dimensions of 55x40x23cm, up to 10 kg.

Sample reservation:
Budapest – Eilat >>

Budapest – Eilat – Budapest>>

Sofia – Eilat – Sofia >>

Accommodation:
In Eilat we suggest you stay at Sunset Inn with very good reviews! Offering free Wi-Fi, the property is located in the centre of Eilat, about 15-minute walk from the Red Sea and the town’s shopping promenade. Its air-conditioned rooms have flat-screen cable TV, while the on-site bar serves light drinks and snacks. Each room has some kitchenette facilities including a microwave, a minibar and electric kettle with coffee and tea. The en-suite bathroom includes free toiletries.

Car Rentals:
Book cheap car rentals HERE and don’t forget about Car hire excess insurance offered by Icarehireinsurance.com >>

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