Font Size: A A A
Go to:
×
Voyage Search
General Shipping Search
Please select a port in Israel
Please select a port overseas
Exports from Israel
Imports to Israel
Tools & Calculators
Currencies
Update date: 20.11.2019
Currency Rate % Change
USD 3.457 -0.173
EUR 3.8291 -0.005
GBP 4.4707 -0.337
100 JPY 3.1797 +0.145
Currency calculator
Calculators
length area vol. weight
cm
m
km
inch
foot
yard
mile
Clear
square cm
square m
square km
square inch
square yard
square mile
Clear
cc
litre
cubic m
cubic inch
cubic yard
gallon
Clear
kg
short ton
long ton
lb
oz
Clear
Volume Weight Calculator
Ports' Workplan

easyJet launched its new Amsterdam-Tel Aviv route

The company will offer three weekly flights. easyJet is now the second most active international airline in Israel after Turkish Airlines
01.11.15 / 10:47
easyJet launched its new Amsterdam-Tel Aviv route
01.11.15
easyJet launched its new Amsterdam-Tel Aviv route

British low-cost airline easyJet launched its new Amsterdam-Tel Aviv route.

 

The first easyJet flight on the new route took off on Monday, October 26. The company will offer three weekly flights between Israel and the Dutch capital on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

 

As many as four airlines are already active on the same route - El Al, KLM, Transavia and Arkia - and there is a constant demand for additional seats. Some 298,000 passengers have flown on the Amsterdam-Tel Aviv route since the beginning of the year, a 4.27% increase from the same period in 2014.

 

easyJet began operating in Israel six years ago with flights to London Luton Airport. Over the years, it has increased the number of destinations it offers from Israel from Europe and currently operates flights to London Gatwick Airport as well, Manchester, Basel, Geneva, Rome, Berlin, Paris, Milan and now Amsterdam.

 

Since starting its activity in Israel till the end of September 2015, the company carried close to two million (1,992,270) passengers and is now the second most active international airline in the country after Turkish Airlines. In addition, it operates flights from Israel to more destinations than any other foreign airlines. easyJet is Europe's leading low-fares airline, currently operating 175 aircraft on 437 routes, to 111 airports in 28 countries.

 

×