Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is launching Tel Aviv-Nuremberg flights twice weekly once its winter schedule begins at the end of October 2019, according to Globes. The carrier has already announced new routes to Marseilles, Berlin (Tegel) and Budapest starting October. There will be three flights each week to Marseilles, daily flights to Berlin, and four flights a week to Budapest.

In addition, Ryanair will operate two flights a week from Ben Gurion Airport to Nuremberg on Mondays and Fridays. This is the fourth German city where Ryanair will operate flights after Berlin, Baden Baden and Memmingen.

With the new routes starting in Octrober, Ryanair will be offering 19 routes from Tel Aviv to European destinations and another 15 routes between Eilat’s newly opened Ramon Airport and European destinations. In addition, last month, Ryanair unit Lauda announced that it is commencing Tel Aviv – Vienna flights in October.