Ireland's low-cost airline Ryanair is planning to launch flights between Kaunas in Lithuania and Eilat in Israel.
Izraelio Eilato oro uostas
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The airline, which currently offers flights from Kaunas to 18 European airports, said on Tuesday that it would operate the new route twice a week starting from November 5.

Hungary's low-cost carrier Wizz Air currently flies passengers from the Lithuanian capital Vilnius to Tel Aviv.

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