With the end of the Israeli airlines strike and the finalization of the Open Skies agreement with the EU, Alex Herman, Inbal Hotel VP of Sales & Marketing sent out a statement saying, “We welcome the ending of the strike and the return of the tourism industry back to normal.”
According to Herman, the Open Skies agreement with the EU is expected to bring a significant increase of incoming tourism from Europe, especially those seeking premium and short-term vacations, using luxury hotels such as the Inbal.
“Visiting Israel will become much easier for visitors with all budgets coming for short weekend vacations, as well as business travelers. We expect a major increase in the demand for brief stays of 3-4 nights. New direct flight lines from EU countries to Israel are expected to be established, enabling more businessmen to conveniently fly to Israel.”
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