Sun D’Or International Airlines has launched weekly flights to Dusseldorf from Tel Aviv.
The new airline began services to the German airport using a Boeing 737, with flights accommodating 142 passengers and lasting for four-and-a-half hours.
Sun D’Or also plans to continue operating services during its winter schedule – which begins next month – although they will be brought forward by one hour.
Tel Aviv is likely to prove popular among both tourists and business passengers owing to the fact that the city is on the Mediterranean and is Israel’s commercial and cultural capital.
Parts of the city, which is referred to as The White City, were proclaimed a World Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO in 2003.
Tourists, many of whom will be embarking on a journey into the Holy Land, are likely to be impressed by Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus-style edifices.
Cheap flights carrier easyJet will introduce 12 weekly flights to Basel from the German airport on November 2nd.