Easyjet has launched a Hebrew website to cater for the growing number of passengers from Israel who fly with the airline.
The UK-based carrier this month flew its one millionth passenger to/from Israel since it started operating in the country in 2009.
Easyjet introduced a new service between Tel Aviv and Berlin earlier this month and will open a route to Milan Malpensa in March will one to London Gatwick in April.
Having already launched Chinese, US, Russian and Brazilian homepages, easyjet.com/il is the 23rd Easyjet homepage.
Hugh Aitken, the airline’s UK commercial manager, said: “More than half a million passengers will fly with Easyjet into and out of Israel this year and this new homepage means that it will be easier than ever for passengers travelling to and from Israel.
“We look forward to continuing our expansion in Israel including new flights from Gatwick and Milan this spring.”
Easyjet started flying to Tel Aviv in November 2009 from London Luton Airport.
Across Europe, Tel Aviv is currently also served from Manchester, Basel, Geneva, Rome and Berlin.
Having already launched Chinese, US, Russian and Brazilian homepages, www.easyjet.com/il will be the 23rd homepage to be added to easyJet.com.