Ryanair deal to open Israel routes

Ryanair is poised to open new routes to Israel after its deputy chief executive, Michael Cawley, met Israeli foreign minister Israel Katz in Jerusalem this month.

27th April, 2013

Ryanair is poised to open new routes to Israel after its deputy chief executive, Michael Cawley, met Israeli foreign minister Israel Katz in Jerusalem this month and the government there approved the extension of the open skies agreement to the Jewish state.

According to Israeli officials, the way has been cleared for the budget airline to begin flying from its European bases to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv starting next April, when the open...

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