Enter air is small airline with 15 Boeing 737-800 aircrafts, all the aircrafts are used and the average age of them is 16.6 years.
The aircraft looks good inside, the legroom was amazing, because I sat in the second row of the emergency exit row.
The cabin crew was nice in this flight, but again most of the flight they sat in the galley with closed curtain.
The Entertainment score is zero because there's nothing to entertain during the flight!
They also weren't operated the duty free. I found it very strange, because many of the Israelis like shopping.
The sandwich was nice, so they got high score for the meal/catering criteria.
I'll not recommend to fly with them to Poland, I may recommend other Israeli airlines like Arkia, Israir or Elal, or Polish airlines like LOT.
They took off and landed with delay, approximately of one hour.
Enter air flights from Israel are usually for the journey for teenagers who travel to Poland to see the Jewish history and the history of the Holocaust. (I went to the same journey from the University)
WAW airport got high scores because it's very clean, there're many shops, the terminal is big, but not too much, the access is good, except for long distance to walk from the duty free to the gate, so I gave to this criteria little lower score.
In the efficiency criteria they got lower score because the check in was slow and opened very late (approximately 2 hours before the flight)
TLV airport got high scores as usual. They even installed some machines near to the gates for people with biometric passports to make the border inspection procedure really faster!
In the efficiency criteria they got lower score because we waited for the luggage almost one hour.