The company announced that as of January 20, 2022, it intends to renew the flight route between Tel Aviv and London. Starting at $ 426 for departure on January 23, 2022
After Israel removed Britain and other countries from the list of red countries, Virgin Atlantic announced that as of January 20, it intends to renew the flight route between Tel Aviv and London.
The company offers passengers an improved change policy that gives them a wider window of time and peace of mind. Among the innovations:
• Unlimited date change and no change fee.
Change of destination subject to re-route pricing with no change fees.
Option to leave an open ticket for flights until December 13, 2023.
Change of name once, without change of fee.
• Flexibility in minimum and maximum stay in case the trip has started.
Currently, fully vaccinated passengers arriving in England are not required to undergo a pre-flight inspection. Upon arrival they will be required to perform a PCR test but no isolation will be required while waiting for the result. On the second day of arrival it will be possible to perform a supervised antigen test instead of a PCR test.
Sample prices (from the company website):
Starting at $ 426 for departure on January 23rd
Starting at $ 481 for departure on March 16 (Purim)
Starting at $ 555 for departure on April 15 (Passover eve)
Source: IAS by www.ias.co.il.
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