17 February 2020 - 23 Shevat 5780 - כ"ג שבט ה' אלפים תש"פ
Lufthansa airline subsidiary to offer routes to Japan from Israel E-mail

Germany’s Lufthansa Group subsidiary Swiss International Air Lines (commonly referred to as Swiss) has announced that it will operate five weekly flights from Tel- Aviv to Osaka, Japan, with a stopover in Zurich, Switzerland, Israel Hayom reported.

Ofer Kish, CEO of the Lufthansa Group in Israel, said: “In light of the Lufthansa Group’s growth in the Israeli market and in Europe in general, we are happy to expand our flight offerings, which will allow families and individuals to visit the most beautiful places on earth, efficiently and at a reasonable cost.”

The decision follows a rise in the number of Israelis flying to Japan since the summer of 2018. In addition, beginning in March 2020, Swiss Airlines will operate flights from Tel-Aviv to Tokyo, as well as daily flights to Washington, which will also include a stopover in Zurich.

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