Wizz Air cancels Debrecen-Tel Aviv flights for about a month

Transport

Hungarian low-fare carrier is canceling flights between Debrecen (about 195 km east of Budapest) and Tel Aviv between March 11 and April 2, the airline told state news wire MTI.

Wizz Air operates two flights a week between Debrecen and Tel Aviv.

The cancellations are part of changes to Israel routes on Wizz Airʼs timetable to adjust to a drop in demand because of the coronavirus.

In the previous week, Wizz Air announced a reduction in capacity on its Italy flights between March 11 and April 2.

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