A regular line will connect the western-Slovak spa town of Piešťany with Israel in the upcoming season.
Flight company will operate so-called “incoming” lines with Tel Aviv, meaning it aims to bring foreign visitors to the region.
“Piešťany has a potential to be a successful regional airport and it is attractive for foreign companies,” said Trnava Regional Governor Jozef Viskupič.
Last year, there were flights connecting Piešťany with Egypt and Turkey from the airport.
The first visitors will arrive on May 6, 2020. The Israeli travel agency Ophir Tours will operate the line in the season from May to September 2020.
6. Feb 2020 at 13:45 | Compiled by Spectator staff