Wizz Air has announced three new routes from Ben Gurion International Airport.
Flights to Lithuanian Vilnius and Polish Katowice will start operating in late October and will be followed by the route to Cluj-Napoca in Romania in late November.
Vilnius and Cluj flights will initially be operating with two weekly frequencies while Katowice will have flights three times per week.
Katowice is renowned as a centre of culture, science and business in southern Poland and is Wizz Air’s first destination in Poland connected to Tel Aviv.
Cluj Napoca is not only Romania’s second biggest city but also its technopolis.
This destination is the perfect entry point to explore Transylvania, the mystical home of Dracula.
Vilnius is the second biggest city of the Baltic states and a UNESCO world heritage site.
Vilnius is expected to be a very popular summer destination for Israeli travellers as it offers easy access to the Baltic sea and an ideal mild summer climate indicated for family holidays.