Israel plans to open its second international airport, Eilat Ramon, on Jan. 22. Situated at the southern tip of the country and serving the popular Red Sea resort of Eilat, the new airport will have an initial annual capacity of 2 million passengers, with expansion allowing that figure to rise to 4.2 million by 2030 as demand increases. The opening will see Israeli domestic services from Tel Aviv and Haifa moving from the existing Eilat City airport, while foreign carriers will gradually ...

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