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Israel Routes Cancelled by Ryanair Until June

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Due to the situation in Gaza, Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair (FR) has canceled all of its flights to and from Israel in March and April.

FR operates flights from a number of European cities, including Brussels (CRL), Vienna (VIE), Malta (MLA), Budapest (BUD), Poznan (POZ), Bucharest (OTP), Vilnius (VNO), and Marseille (MRS), even though it does not fly to Israel from the UK or Ireland.

The Irish airline representative verified that all of the airline’s flights to and from Israel were canceled beginning on February 27 due to the closure of Ben Gurion Airport’s (TLV) low-cost Terminal 1, which was previously utilized by FR. Passengers scheduled to travel on the LCC’s flights to Israel have been contacted to request a refund or to modify their date of travel.

While airport taxes are cheaper in Terminal 1, airlines operating out of that terminal are subject to higher costs. Because of the disparity in fees, low-cost carriers—who, before to the operation, mostly operated out of Terminal 1—were able to reduce expenses and provide passengers with lower tickets. Almost all airlines that resumed flights to Israel did so from Terminal 3, which was initially utilized before the crisis started. Ryanair was the first low-cost carrier to resume direct flights to Israel on February 1.

According to israelhayom.com, FR requested a reduction in fees at Terminal 3 from the authorities, but their request was turned down. The airline is “committed to Tel Aviv and looks forward to resuming operations when the low-cost Terminal 1 is reopened,” according to a FR representative. We deeply regret any difficulty that these unfortunate cancellations may have caused to travelers.

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