The Israel Ministry of Tourism is seeking to encourage winter flights to the Red Sea city of Eilat with a pricing incentive.
The deal is worth up to €45 per passenger travelling to Eilat’s Ovda airport.
It will apply to services operating between October 15 and March 29, 2018.
Airlines eligible for the “passenger rebate” will need to operate a series of between 16 and 50 returns.
Applications need to be submitted by a deadline of July 15.
Tourist office director general Amir Halevi said: “Eilat’s economy relies heavily on tourism. Therefore, the ministry is interested in promoting direct flights from other countries to Eilat, in order to increase the number of foreign tourists arriving to the city.”
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