Found out today there is another budget airline from Europe to Israel, Jetairfly (which I guess are owned by Thomson, given their logo looks the same)
They only go from Liege, in Belgium. Given you could get there from UK or France via high speed down the Eurostar tunnel in less than 2 hours from £39, this might be a good deal if Easyjet doesn’t appeal, or indeed for travellers from continental Europe.
The other nice thing about this, some Belgian Christians told me there are lot of Jews that live in Antwerp but they don’t seem to be interested in Aliyah (immigration to Israel) maybe this is good to give them a taste of what living here is like.
Flights to Israel from Belgium start at 79 Euros each way but there is a 15 Euro admin fee and usual annoying credit card fees too.
Heres a map I made:-
You can see the annotations I made closer.
I assume its simple to get a bus or train from Brussels to Liege, but not been to Belgium in a long time.
Good. You are explained about cheap flights.
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