Israir Airlines is launching three few flights weekly from Tel Aviv to Edinburgh, Scotland, and Oslo and Bergen, Norway.
Israir will operate flights from Ben Gurion airport to Edinburgh in Scotland, and Oslo and Bergen in Norway.
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The direct flight from Israel to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, will be inaugurated on June 13, 2018. The company offers its customers several options: a flight only for a price of $649, a package of flights and a car from $855 for passengers traveling throughout Scotland, as well as organized trips for eight days, starting from $1,599 per person.
Flights to Norway will start on June 19, 2018. The flight time from Israel to Oslo to Norway is about 4.5 hours, and from May the weather is nice for travelers.
The company also offers organized tours of Natur, which will include tours to Oslo, the fjords and Bergen for eight days at a price of $1,599 per person.
These destinations join the list of new routes launched by Israir in recent months, including Genoa in Italy, Baku, Azerbaijan, Sochi in Russia and Pafos.
The Israeli Carrier will also start operating a second flight weekly (on Tuesdays and Saturdays) to the Spanish island of Tenerife at the end of the month. Fares will start from $640 return to $1,000 for a weekly package.
Israir will also continue operating direct flights to Madrid. Fares starting from $410 return or $530 for a four-day package.