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WOW Air to launch direct flights from Israel – Iceland

In June WOW air to begin operating 6 weekly direct flights; WOW air hopes to offer passengers cheap flights to U.S and Canada destinations; Tus Airways also set to begin flights From Haifa to Athens, Rhodes and Kos.



The Icelandic low-cost WOW air has submitted a request for six weekly flights between Tel Aviv and the the Iceland capital, Reykjavik, “Yediot Ahronot” reports. WOW is planning to start the flights in June.

The company plans also to offer cheap stopover flights from Israel to destinations including nine locations in Canada and the US: Montreal and Toronto, Boston, New York, Washington D.C., Pittsburgh, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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Passengers traveling from Tel Aviv to Reykjavik will then have the choice of vacationing in Iceland or travelling to Noth America.




In addition to already-existing flights from Haifa to Larnaca and Paphos in Cyprus, Tus Airways is opening direct flight lanes between Haifa Airport and Athens, Rhodes and the Greek island of Kos.

Tus Airways offers flights from Ben Gurion Airport to Larnaca.



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