We all want to get to Israel cheaply, so it’s great news that Ryanair has announced its first routes to Israel, for just over £20.
The minor catch, is it’s via three European destinations, none of which are the UK.
For just €29.99 (roughly £21.99) Ryanair will run a route to Israel from Budapest in Hungary, Kaunas in Lithuania and Krakow in Poland.
The routes will deliver the service to an estimated 40,000 customers a year, according to the airline – to and from Eilat Ovda airport, in the South of Israel.
Each of the routes will run twice a week, and Ryanair have outlined they will continue to negotiate for future routes to the Jewish State.
The service will become available to book from 8 July, for travel in early November.
Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer,David O’Brian said the airline “is pleased to announce our entry into the Israeli market from November 2015, our 31st country.”