Most flights to Israel arrive via the state of the art Ben Gurion Airport, located about one third of the way from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The airport which has won numerous awards serves flights to North America, Europe, the Far East, Southern Asia, the Middle East, and Africa operated by many major international airlines as well as many low-cost airlines. The largest carriers at Ben Gurion Airport with flights to Israel include Israeli national airline, El Al, as well as EasyJet, Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa, Wizz Air, Delta, and United. See our full list of flights to Tel Aviv for more information. Eilat Airport and Tel Aviv’s second airport, Sde Dov, only serve domestic flights, however, the newly opened Ramon Airport, in Eilat serves low-cost flights from Europe.