According to the announcement sent to MTI (Hungarian Telegraph Office), from the 1st of March passengers can fly to the Israeli capital three times a week from Budapest.
Wizz Air announced that starting from spring, in addition to Budapest, it will also launch flights to Tel Aviv from Bucharest, Krakow, London-Luton, Rome-Fiumicino and Sofia Airports.
The airline announced on the 7th of October last year that it had suspended its flights between Budapest and Debrecen and Tel-Aviv due to the Israeli airstrikes, in consultation with local and international authorities.
According to their current plans, they would also restart in Debrecen next month, and from the 2nd of April, Wizz Air flights would operate twice a week between Debrecen and Tel-Aviv, but of course this could change again.
Zsuzsa Trubek, Wizz Air’s Communications Manager told Dehir.hu that they were constantly monitoring the situation, they had not disclaimed the Debrecen-Tel-Aviv flight, as it had been very successful, and they would like to restart it, but of course the safety of passengers and the staff is the most important thing.