Soon Krakow is closer – Jewish Traveler and we will go to peace

Soon Krakow is closer – Jewish Traveler and we will go to peace

The Sun Door airline (of the El Al group) will renew the route to Krakow in Poland. and will start operating two weekly flights in December. The flights will take off on Mondays and Fridays in the morning. The duration of the flight to Krakow is about 4 hours and combined with the convenience of the early departure time you can enjoy a whole day of entertainment and shopping at the destination.

Ticket sales began today at a launch price starting at $199 in economy class, which does not include boarding and baggage (LITE). Members of El Al’s Frequent Flyer Club will be able to accumulate and redeem club points on the flight subject to the conditions on the El Al website and the frequent flyer regulations.

Krakow is the second largest city in Poland. An ancient and charming European city that offers a flourishing culture, a wealth of historical buildings, many art galleries and more. In the area of ​​shopping, Krakow offers local boutique stores alongside leading fashion chains at particularly attractive prices. Besides being a sought-after tourist city, Krakow is a developing business and high-tech center in Poland in particular and in Europe as a whole, and many international companies maintain their businesses in the city.

The line to Krakow joins Sun Dor’s winter 23 holiday destinations: Sharm el-Sheikh, Istanbul, Tbilisi, Larnaca and Thessaloniki.

The CEO of Sun Dor, Gal Gershon, says: “We are happy to expand Sun Dor’s flight routes and add a new winter destination, a popular destination for the Israeli tourist, a destination that offers an enjoyable winter vacation that combines historical sites, art, nightlife, along with worthwhile shopping . The flight schedule will allow our customers to choose between a weekend vacation or a short hop in the middle of the week.”

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The flights are sold out On the El Al website and through the travel agents.

Photo by Moshe Nachmowitz

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