Most carriers suspended flights to Israel in October following the start of the country’s conflict with Hamas.
The Hungarian airline previously connected the UK and Israel with flights from Gatwick and Luton.
British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and easyJet have not announced plans to resume serving Israel.
Ryanair was forced to cancel 870 flights during October due to the conflict.
Israeli airline El Al has continued flying between the UK and Tel Aviv during the conflict.
Meanwhile, Wizz Air announced a 16 per cent increase in operating losses, from €155.5 million (£133 million) between October and December 2022 to €180.4 million (£154 million) during the same period last year.
Chief executive Jozsef Varadi said: “At the beginning of the quarter we faced geopolitical crises in Israel and the Middle East and have responded by cancelling affected flights to protect our passengers, employees, assets and general public.
“Despite the associated flight cancellations and redeployment of capacity at short notice, we managed operations well, delivering improved on-time performance and significantly better utilisation year on year.”