According to origo.hu, while the Irish low-cost airline expands its range of flights, Air Serbia stops the Budapest-Belgrade flight.
From November 7, Ryanair launches two flights from Budapest to Israel. The destination is Ovda Airport, which is 60km away from Eilat, the resort town at the Red Sea coast (it means about a 45-minute trip by car).
The flight start is good news for those who are looking for a holiday destination where the weather is pleasant even in winter: the daytime average temperature doesn’t fall below 20 degrees, at night, there is 10 degrees colder. The sea temperature is 21-22 degrees at this time.
In addition, the Irish low-cost airline starts the flight opening with a serious discount. From Wednesday to Friday, they offer tickets from HUF 9299 to the November and December dates. The prices are for one-way and without baggage.
Currently, Wizz Air and the El Al’s daughter, UP operates direct flights, both fly to Tel Aviv. We can find round-trip tickets for HUF 45 980 at the former and form HUF 47 800 at the latter in December, the dispatched package must be paid separately.
Israel is extremely rich in sights and its climate is also favorable. There are two disadvantages: terror threat and expensiveness.
based on the article of origo.hu
translated by BA
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