The Israeli Tourism Board and SACBO present flights for TEL AVIV and EILAT

The Israeli Tourism Board and SACBO have presented two routes from Milan Bergamo Airport for Tel Aviv and Eilat in Israel, which will be operated from 29 October onwards by Ryanair, and represent a number of the innovations introduced with the adoption of the winter timetable. The connection with Tel Aviv provides for four weekly flights (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), allowing to also programme and organise a journey to easily reach Jerusalem. Flights for Eilat, a destination located on the Red Sea, to the south of the magnificent desert of Negev, are scheduled for Thursdays and Sundays. Participating in the presentation for the flights from Milan Bergamo Airport to Israel were Avital Kotzer Adari, the councillor for tourism affairs for the Israeli Embassy, and Giacomo Cattaneo, the aviation director for SACBO. The route between Milan Bergamo and Tel Aviv was run during the summer period by the airline Arkia, with a frequency of up to three flights per week. The new winter scheduling increases the offer and renders destinations in Israel even more attractive. The two new connections with Israel form part of the winter network for Milan Bergamo Airport, offering 102 destinations. Other new destinations include Plovdiv in Bulgaria, with flights on Wednesday and Sunday, Kiev Žuljany, reached from 9 December onwards with flights operated by Ernest Airlines on Mondays and Saturdays, joining L’Viv, which has been running since 20 October, every Friday and Sunday. Also of note is the increase in frequency of Pobeda flights to Moscow, and Pegasus Airlines flights to Istanbul, from 7 to 9 weekly flights (two per day on Fridays and Sundays). Furthermore, the winter season sees the confirmation of flights for Liverpool (4 times per week) and Iasi (twice weekly).


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