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Ryanair's Israeli operations will deliver three new twice-weekly services to Budapest, Kaunas and Krakow and six weekly return flights to/from Eilat Ovda Airport, carrying over 40,000 customers per annum.
Unbeknown to them, the travel agent had requested two seats on a flight to Ovda, which serves the Israeli resort of Eilat, rather then Varadero in Cuba.
For example, a large lava flow deposited on the rugged uplands of Venus' Ovda region (bottom photo) may represent a volcanic eruption so powerful that on Earth it would have issued a gas cloud rivaling the one spewed out during the recent eruption of Mt.
RF IDeas, a leading manufacturer of in-building identification and access readers, announces OVDA certification of the pcProx Plus[R] POE for PLCs using the EtherNet/IP[TM] protocol.
New Routes and Bases: This winter Ryanair will open 4 new bases (Berlin, Corfu, Gothenburg & Milan) and 119 new routes including a 4 daily Dublin Amsterdam route, a 6 daily Cologne Berlin service, and 3 routes to Eilat Ovda (Israel) from Budapest, Kaunas and Krakow.
In November, Israel will become Ryanair's 31st country served when it starts flights to Eilat Ovda Airport from Budapest, Kaunas and Krakow.
Moreover, the Israeli Ministry of Transport has transferred the flights to the Ovda international airport in Eilat for the time being.
Ynet revealed that two months ago the remnants of a Grad rocket were found a few dozen kilometres north of Eilat, in the Ovda region.
The Israel Defense Forces will launch the first military mikvah at the southern Air Force base in Ovda.
They were built when Eilat's International Airport, a 45-minute drive away at Ovda in the desert, handled more than 100 flights a week.
The airport will be replacing the current airports in Ovda and Eilat.
Following the decision, civilian use of the airport at Ovda will be halted.