Ryanair will resume its flights from Malta to Israel

Last Updated on Friday, 5 April, 2024 at 2:18 pm by Andre Camilleri

Ryanair will be resuming its flights between Tel Aviv and a number of destinations starting Monday 3 June, the Airline said.

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

This decisions was taken following Ben Gurion International Airport’s decision to re-open its low cost terminal 1.

The airport had decided to close Terminal 1 following the Gaza war outbreak last October. In reaction, last February Ryanair had announced that it was going to stop flights to this destination because of higher port taxes being charged at terminal 3.

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.”

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