Arkia Israel Airlines destinations

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Arkia Israel Airlines destination coverage (2012).

Arkia Israel Airlines operates scheduled services to the following destinations (as of June 2013):

[Main Base] Main Base
[Base] Base
[Seasonal] Seasonal service
[Future destinations] future destinations
City Country IATA ICAO Airport
Amman Jordan AMM OJAI Queen Alia International Airport
Amsterdam Netherlands AMS EHAM Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Barcelona Spain BCN LEBL El Prat Airport
Batumi Georgia BUS USGB Batumi International Airport[Seasonal][1]
Dublin Ireland DUB EIDW Dublin Airport [Seasonal]
Eilat Israel ETH LLET Eilat Airport [Base]
Eilat Israel VDA LLOV Ovda Airport [Base]
Haifa Israel HFA LLHA Haifa Airport
Helsinki Finland HEL EFHK Helsinki Airport [begins 5 July 2013]
Heraklion Greece HER LGIR Heraklion International Airport [Seasonal]
Kos Greece KGS LGKO Kos Island International Airport [Seasonal]
Larnaca Cyprus LCA LCLK Larnaca International Airport
Ljubliana Slovenia LJU LJLJ Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport [Seasonal]
Mykonos Greece JMK LGMK Mykonos Island National Airport [Seasonal]
Munich Germany MUC EDDM Munich Airport
Oslo Norway OSL ENGM Oslo Airport Gardermoen [begins 1 July 2013]
Paris France CDG LFPG Charles de Gaulle Airport
Rhodes Greece RHO LGRP Rhodes International Airport [Seasonal]
Rome Italy FCO LIRF Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
Tbilisi Georgia TBS UGBT Tbilisi International Airport [Seasonal]
Tel Aviv Israel TLV LLBG Ben Gurion International Airport [Main Base]
Tel Aviv Israel SDV LLSD Sde Dov Airport [Base]
Yerevan Armenia EVN UDYZ Zvartnots International Airport [Seasonal]
Yekaterinburg Russia SVX USSS Koltsovo Airport [begins 6 September 2013]

Additionally, the airline operates holiday charter services to destinations across Europe.[citation needed]

Terminated destinations[edit]

  • Croatia – Rijeka
  • Cyprus – Paphos
  • Denmark – Copenhagen
  • Israel – Jerusalem, Kiryat Shmona, Rosh Pina
  • Russia – Moscow-Domodedovo
  • Sweden – Malmo, Stockholm-Arlanda
  • Ukraine – Kiev-Borispil
  • United Kingdom – London-Gatwick

References[edit]

  1. ^ L, J (12 February 2015). "Arkia Adds New Routes in S15". Airline Route. Retrieved 12 February 2015.