Israelis Can Now Book EasyJet Flights in Hebrew

Low-cost airline carried over one million travelers to and from Israel since it began its Israeli operations in 2009.

Zohar Blumenkrantz
Zohar Blumenkrantz
Zohar Blumenkrantz
Zohar Blumenkrantz

EasyJet, the popular low-cost airline that flies to Israel, has added Hebrew to the languages supported by its website.

From now on, Israeli travelers will be able to use Hebrew when booking flights, preparing for a flight and reading about destinations to which the company flies from Israel.

Israelis are the twenty-third flying public specifically catered to by the EasyJet website, which was visited by 1.6 million Israeli browsers over the past 12 months.

The company reported this month that it carried over one million travelers to and from Israel since it began its Israeli operations in 2009. It currently operates 34 weekly flights from Ben-Gurion Airport to seven destinations in Europe.

Its latest route, from Tel Aviv to Berlin, was inaugurated at the beginning of February and a Tel Aviv-Gatwick (London) route will open in April.

An easyJet flight on the tarmac in Geneva, March 2012. Credit: Reuters

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