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In response to customer demand, leading low-cost airline is increasing its Manchester to Tel Aviv service to operate twice weekly.

From December 31, 2009-January 4, 2010 and March 22-April 26, the airline will offer the service to the increasingly popular destination. Fares start from as little as £99.99 one way including taxes.

Philip Meeson, chief executive at, said: "As the only airline to offer a great value, direct service from the north to Tel Aviv, we are delighted to see this route going from strength to strength.

"We always listen closely to our customers and the feedback that we have received from our Tel Aviv passengers is that they want even more choice when it comes to travelling to Israel at key times. We have therefore responded by increasing our frequency. We will closely monitor bookings and, if demand allows, will look to increase the service on a permanent basis."

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