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Ryanair inaugurates Tel Aviv flights

Ryanair inaugurates Tel Aviv flights

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair inaugurated its flights from Ben Gurion Airport yesterday with a flight to Paphos in Cyprus. A Ryanair jet landed at Ben Gurion, followed by the first takeoff an hour later.
Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost carrier, has a fleet of 350 planes, most of which are Boeing 737s with 190 seats each. The airline has 86 bases and flies to 200 destinations in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. Ryanair recently announced the introduction of 19 routes from Tel Aviv, some from Ben Gurion and some from Ovda Airport. Most of the routes, which will begin after the High Holy Days, will be to destinations in Italy, Germany, Poland, etc.
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