Another optimistic breeze comes from the most active airline in Israel during the Corona period • Among the expected destinations: Germany, Hungary and Greece
Looking forward to flying again this month
Gil Satyu, VP of Israir, the most active airline during the Corona period, stated in a conversation with Israel Today, "We are going back to fly, it's time to get the passports out of Boyd and make sure they are valid."
In a conversation with Autumn, he expresses optimism and explains why we might be able to fly and vacation abroad this summer, "Israir has been preparing for the marketing of vacations since mid-August and the goal is to allow Israel to vacation during the big vacation and of course during the holidays. The cabinet's decision to open the skies this month allows the State of Israel to get out of isolation and enjoy a vacation overseas. "
The countries that Israir is targeting will be the islands of Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany and Montenegro. Israir's decision to start preparing the infrastructure for the sale of vacations to the same destinations is probably based on agreements being formed with those countries. It is currently unclear whether only foreign passport holders will be able to enter those countries and at what stage Israelis will be able to join them, but the moderate decline in the morbidity rate in Israel adds optimism in the hope that in the coming weeks Israelis can fly and vacation in green countries without isolation.
How much will it cost? Expectations are for significantly lower prices than we were used to seeing so far at this time of year. Demand is currently low as there is no official decision yet, but we may see price increases as demand increases, similar to the trend we saw with the opening of hotels in Eilat.
At the same time, we announced today for the first time that a tender will be issued next week for the establishment of a Corona laboratory at Ben Gurion Airport. The establishment of such an array is expected in a few weeks, but if the infection rate in Israel decreases and Israelis can perform tests before departure abroad. significant.