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Eurowings Connects Düsseldorf with Tel Aviv

 

Eurowings, the leading German airline, has announced the addition of a new direct route to its flight schedule.

Starting from December 2, the airline will facilitate three weekly flights from Düsseldorf, Germany to Tel Aviv, Israel. The new connection, scheduled on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, aims to bridge the Rhine region and Israel’s bustling economic and cultural hub.

The introduction of this direct connection is lauded by Düsseldorf Airport’s CEO, Lars Redeligx. He expresses enthusiasm at the prospect of Eurowings’ new route fortifying the enduring relationship between the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and Israel. Redeligx elucidates the strong bonds between the two regions manifested in numerous city partnerships and robust exchanges in education, business, and science. Over 100 Israeli companies have their base in North Rhine-Westphalia, and this direct connection is expected to enhance not only cultural and tourist exchanges but also solidify economic relations.

Eurowings’ CEO, Jens Bischof, is thrilled to add Tel Aviv to the airline’s largest base at Düsseldorf Airport, which currently has over 115 direct connections. He points out the chic appeal of destinations such as Tel Aviv making Eurowings the first choice for travelers from North Rhine-Westphalia, irrespective of the season. With this new route, vacationers, business travelers, and anyone wishing to visit family or friends will now enjoy quick access to the Israeli metropolis via Eurowings.

Tel Aviv’s diverse allure offers a rich tapestry of experiences to its visitors. From the oriental charm of the old town of Jaffa and bustling markets, trendy bars and restaurants, to its dynamic street food culture and fascinating museums and street art. The city also boasts striking skyscrapers and beautiful sandy beaches, inviting visitors to explore, relax, and savor the city’s vibrant character.

The launch of the new direct flights strengthens Eurowings’ position as a preferred airline for travelers and simultaneously opens up opportunities for economic, cultural, and personal exchanges between Germany and Israel.

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