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Cheap flights from Israel

From the Land of Milk and Honey you can explore other cultural gems around the world. Utilise Skyscanner’s tools and filters to locate the best route for the best price.

There are dozens of airports, but there are only really two major international airports in the country, and this is the Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) in Tel Aviv, and the Ramon International Airport (ETM) in Eilat. There are other facilities you can access too, and the most prominent of these are:

·         Haifa International Airport (HFA)

·         Eilat Airport (ETH)

·         Ovda Airport (VDA)

There are around 80 destinations you can get to directly from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV), and El Al, the flag-carrying airline of Israel, runs a lot of these routes. You can also fly with Royal Jordanian, Ethiopian Air, easyJet, Vueling, Norwegian Air, Aegean Airlines, Wizz Air, Finnair, Ural Airlines, Cathay Pacific, and others.  

Popular flights from Israel

Fly to Eilat (TH) Israel’s Red Sea resort, where you can engage in watersports, sunbathing, and some spectacular diving. And is less than an hour’s flight away from Tel Aviv. But if you want to step away from the domestic destinations in favour of international ones, there’s plenty to choose from. Situated right on the Mediterranean, you can hop to Nice (NCE) along the French Riviera, where you can hire a car and explore Saint Tropez, and the star-studded Cannes.

Israel is also connected to numerous long-haul routes, and residents and travellers of Tel Aviv can fly direct to San Francisco (SFO), the Bay City of California that is home to the Golden Gate Bridge, the hippy haven of Haight-Ashbury Street, and the notorious and historical Alcatraz.

Where to find cheap flights from Israel

Skyscanner has made an art out of finding cheap flights, but there are a number of things you can do to increase your odds of spying a real deal.

The first is to be flexible with your dates and time of travel. Get onto our calendar and review flights over a month, and keep your eyes peeled for mid-week, late-night and early-morning routes, which often provide value for money. Also look for flights with low-cost carriers; these airlines won’t offer all the bells and whistles, like a dining and drinks service, but they do tend to be a lot cheaper than the full-service airlines.

 

Please note that information is correct as of March 2017

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Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.