On December 15, 2021, SkyUp operated the first Odesa — Tel Aviv — Odesa flight. Now it has become easier to visit family and friends, see holy places, or go to a training program. From now on the planes will depart once a week — every Wednesday — with a convenient schedule. Only two and a half hours, and the passengers are already in Tel Aviv.
From March 27, 2022, the flight will be operated on Mondays, and from May 27, 2022, it is planned that Odesa — Tel Aviv — Odesa will be operated on Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
Tickets are available at skyup.aero:
- Odesa — Tel Aviv from $49*;
- Tel Aviv — Odesa from $55*.
Tel Aviv is one of the largest cities in Israel, as well as its cultural center. It is only 65 km away from Jerusalem, and you can also easily reach other cities. The flight program from Odesa complements flights to Tel Aviv from Kyiv, which are operated four times a week: every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. In spring, the airline plans to open routes from Lviv (starting from March 31, 2022) and Kharkiv (starting from May 26, 2022).
SkyUp passengers can try the special Kosher Chicken SkyBox menu, which fully meets the requirements of kashrut. You can order it during the ticket booking, or later in the personal account on the company's website (but not later than 32 hours before departure). Detailed conditions and menus can be found on the website in the section Passengers — Important and useful — Pre-order food.
Entry rules for visiting Israel
Currently (since November 29, 2021) the entry of foreign citizens into Israel is prohibited. Foreign citizens can enter the country only with the special permission of the Committee on Exceptions. You can request a permit at the link.
Obtaining permission to enter Israel, even with a vaccination certificate and PCR tests, does not exempt from the requirements of self-isolation.
The rules of entry for Israeli citizens can be found at the link.
* The price is valid as of the time of publication