Israelis transiting through Jordan to benefit from reduced prices

[02-08-2022 02:19 PM]

Ammon News - No less than 1,200,000 people passed through Israel's Ben Gurion Airport in the month of June, i24 reported.

The prices of plane tickets exploded this summer in many places around the world, including Israel, while airports remain full of people after two years marked by Covid.

As a result, Israelis are seeking at all costs to find the "trick" to benefit from reduced prices to European or more distant destinations, even if it means transiting through countries such as Egypt or Jordan.

Today, a flight from Tel Aviv to London costs just under $1,500 – while with the same airline, the same flight from Jordan costs about half that, or $740. The difference is also displayed for flights to Rome: from Tel Aviv, the price is around $355 while from Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt, passengers will only pay $190, as reported by i24.

A notable difference that would appeal to intrepid Israelis, who are ready to do anything, including traveling to countries they usually avoid, to reduce their expenses as the Jewish state’s cost of living continues to climb.

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