Ryanair has announced that it will resume operations to and from Tel Aviv from 3 June, following Ben Gurion International Airport’s decision to re-open the low-cost Terminal 1.

The airline will operate 40 flights per week to and from Athens, Bari, Berlin, Budapest, Malta, Milan and Paphos.

A Ryanair spokesperson said: “It is great news that Ben Gurion Airport is re-opening Terminal 1, which has enabled Ryanair to resume our Tel Aviv operations from Mon, 3rd June, with 40 weekly flights to/from key markets such as Cyprus, Germany, Greece, and Italy available to book now at ryanair.com.”

BA resumed flights from London to Tel Aviv in April.

The airline said: “We’ve taken the commercial decision to move Tel Aviv to our short-haul network when we restart our flights on 1 April.

“This brings these flights in line with other similar-length flights we operate, and we’ll keep this decision under review.

“If you’re due to fly with us on this route we will be in contact to let you know how this change may affect you. ”
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