With more flight routes between Europe and North America and Israel opening up, getting to Israel is becoming increasingly simple and affordable. The majority of visitors fly in, to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport, which is served by most major European and American airlines, as well as more and more low-cost airlines, and a handful of airlines from the Far East. Other airlines are flying into the newly opened Ramon Airport in Eilat. Aside from flying in, it is possible to enter Israel from Jordan and Egypt, via land border crossings, popular among those traveling across the Middle East, or those who are able to find direct flights to Amman, or, more rarely, Cairo, from cities without connections to Tel Aviv. Here are the latest updates on getting to Israel, check frequently as this section is updated often.