easyJet has launched a Hebrew homepage.
Customers using the new homepage will benefit from content translated into Hebrew along with information about flying with easyJet.
Customers will also be able to book their flights in any of the ten currencies available including euros and US dollars.
This month easyJet celebrated having flown more than one million passengers to and from Israel since easyJet first started operations in 2009.
Earlier this month the airline launched new services between Tel Aviv and Berlin.
New services are also being launched from Milan Malpensa in March and London Gatwick in April, by which time the airline will be operating 34 departures a week from Tel Aviv from seven European cities.
Hugh Aitken, UK commercial manager for easyJet, commented: “More than half a million passengers will fly with easyJet into and out of Israel this year and this new homepage means that it will be easier than ever for passengers travelling to and from Israel to take advantage of our famous low fares and friendly service.
“We look forward to continuing our expansion in Israel including new flights from Gatwick and Milan this spring.”
easyJet started flying to Tel Aviv in November 2009 from London Luton Airport.
Across Europe Tel Aviv is currently also served from London Luton, Manchester, Basel, Geneva, Rome and Berlin.