As snowfall is expected in Isar this weekend, the first foreign tourists are coming to take advantage of the opening of ski resorts. The plane, carrying 189 passengers, landed in Tel Aviv this Friday morning at the Grenoble Alps Iser Airport in Saint-Etienne-de-Saint-Georges. The second flight in the afternoon, also from Israel. Both planes were sold out. The third flight from Denmark was still welcomed in the afternoon.
This winter, Iser Airport will be connected to Tel Aviv and Copenhagen by charter flights, with an average of 4 to 5 weekend flights to each destination. The airport is also gearing up to welcome passengers from a total of 20 destinations this winter, with flights from the UK, Denmark, Poland, Norway, the Netherlands and Ireland.
Basma Jarboa, Airport Director, who manages Vinci Airports, is pleased with the recovery: “After two seasons of disruption due to the crisis, we are more than happy to find our passengers. Our teams are ready to welcome future travelers with respect to health practices. “
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