Israel has long been a magnet for tourists and visitors seeking the latest in luxury goods.
Now, thanks to the Israel-Israel Economic and Cultural Cooperation (IKEC) and the Israel Space Agency, the country has become a magnet, with visitors flocking from all over the world.
IKEC, in partnership with IFA, is opening its first Israel shuttle launchpad in Tel Aviv on December 16.
It will be the second launchpad under construction in Israel, following one in Haifa, which is expected to be operational in 2019.
The Tel Aviv launchpad will be one of the first in the country, which already has two launchpads.
“The Israelis have the best shuttle service in the world,” IKEF CEO Dr. Yoav Ben-David said in a statement.
“We want to bring the world to Israel and its culture.
We want to make it more accessible for the millions of people who come here every year to visit their families, work, or even go to the beach.”
The IKECs shuttle services will allow passengers to fly directly from Tel Aviv to the country’s southern cities of Eilat and Kiryat Gat, as well as to the northern cities of Nazareth and Haifa.
The shuttle is a low-cost, reliable service that costs about $200 per person per day, and can be used in the daytime or in the evening.
The company hopes to launch more services, including one in 2020.
“Our service has already proven that it’s reliable and cost-effective,” Ben-Dor said.
The Israeli government has long held the goal of bringing the country closer to the Moon, a goal that was first proposed in 1948, when Israel began exploring the possibility of landing astronauts on the Moon.
It has since been a goal of the Israeli space program to keep its astronauts away from Earth.
The Ikecs shuttle will be Israel’s second shuttle launch, following the launch of a second one in November.
“Israel is at the forefront of developing space technologies,” said IBA’s Ben-Nai Elhaik.
“Its technology has advanced significantly and it is in a position to do what the rest of the world is doing now, which are going to send astronauts into space.
We are not only providing a launchpad, but also helping Israel realize the goal.”
The Israelis are now also preparing to launch another rocket, this time for the International Space Station, but the first rocket is expected in 2021.
The Israel Aerospace Industries is the world’s third largest aerospace company, and has more than 300 employees, with operations in more than 100 countries.