The low-cost airline will make two weekly flights on the route from November.
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Low-cost airline Wizz Air will launch a Tel Aviv-Warsaw route in November. Starting November 23, the Hungarian carrier will make two weekly flights on Tuesday and Saturday between the cities.
One-way fares start from €59.99, and reservations can be booked on the airline’s website.
Wizz Air already operates flights to five destinations from Tel Aviv – to Budapest in Hungary, Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca in Romania, Vilnius in Lithuania, and Katowice in Poland.
Wizz Air corporate communications manager Daniel de Carvalho said, “Wizz Air is proud to announce its sixth route to and from Tel Aviv, now offering more low fare options to attractive tourist destinations. Warsaw marks the fourth capital city Wizz Air connects Israeli passengers to in Central and Eastern Europe.”
Published by www.globes-online.com