Piešťany and Tel Aviv to be connected with charter line

It will be operated from May to September.

(Source: Courtesy of Spa Piešťany)

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.

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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.

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