It looks as if Italians will finally have more opportunities to visit the holy land, thanks in part to the Ministry of Tourism.
(Globes Online) Israel and Italy have signed a new civil aviation agreement, which will boost the number of airlines from the two countries making scheduled flights between them. Two scheduled airlines from each country may make flights on the Tel Aviv-Rome and Tel Aviv-Milan routes. [...]
Minister of Transport Shaul Mofaz said that the agreement was another step in the ministry's policy to liberalize Israel's aviation market. "The substantial increase in the number of flights and seating capacity will meet the anticipated growth in demand by Israeli passengers and foreign tourists," he said.
Previously the Vatican decided to increase its number of flights towards Israel, which should help boost up its tourism even more.
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