Most airlines and flights to Tel Aviv, Israel have resumed having been paused earlier during the coronavirus pandemic. The list of which airlines are flying to Tel Aviv during COVID-19 is constantly changing, which can be quite confusing. Ben Gurion International Airport is now returning close to the same number of flights and passenger numbers on flights to Tel Aviv as there were in 2019. Want to book a flight but not sure exactly which airline is the safest bet? Here is the updated list of who’s flying to Tel Aviv.
Last updated December 2022
Traveling to Tel Aviv Israel During Covid
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Whilst Ben Gurion Airport is currently open as usual, we recommend considering using a VIP fast-track service to make transferring through the airport less stressful. Instead of standing in lines for testing at the airport or waiting at hospitals, consider a Door-to-Door test to make things simpler. Or, visit the covid test center in Tel Aviv or the covid test center in Jerusalem. Some destinations will accept rapid antigen tests before flying, you can book a test in our covid test center in Tel Aviv or our door-to-door service in Tel Aviv.
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United Airlines continues to operate two daily flights between Newark New York and Tel Aviv, daily flights from San Francisco to Tel Aviv, flights from Chicago to Tel Aviv, 3 times a week, and from Washington DC, 3 times a week.
Delta has flights from New York JFK to Tel Aviv with 1 daily flight currently operating. In addition, several weekly flights to Tel Aviv from Boston will begin in May 2022.
American Airlines currently has daily flights from New York JFK to Tel Aviv operating, as well as flights from Miami to Tel Aviv 3 times a week. Later this year, flights from Dallas to Tel Aviv are set to launch.
Germany’s flag carrier has returned to Tel Aviv and currently operates flights from Frankfurt and Munich to Tel Aviv. Flights from Frankfurt operate three daily and flights from Munich are operating twice daily.
Ethiopian Airlines has daily departures from Addis Ababa to Tel Aviv.
Aegean Airlines has resumed flights between Athens and Tel Aviv, with flights available most of the days.
Flights from Madrid to Tel Aviv with Air Europa operate every day.
Air Canada has resumed flights to Tel Aviv from both Toronto and Montreal. Flights from Toronto operate on most days, with flights from Montreal operating twice a week.
Wizzair has renewed flights to Israel, and the routes include flights from London Luton, Gatwick, Larnaca, Bucharest, Cluj, Abu Dhabi, Budapest, Sofia, Vienna, Warsaw, Iasi, Milan, Vilnius, Krakow, Rome, Catania, and Naples.
Air France has two daily flights from Paris to Tel Aviv.
Turkish Airlines continues to operate up to 10 daily flights between Istanbul and Tel Aviv.
El Al has increased their flights again, with arrivals and departures all across the globe. Flights arriving into Israel are arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Ethiopia, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Seychelles, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, the Netherlands, Ukraine, the UAE, the UK, and the USA.
Iberia is currently flying daily from Madrid to Tel Aviv.
TAP Air Portugal
TAP resumed flights from Lisbon to Tel Aviv with daily flights.
British Airways currently flies daily from London Heathrow to Tel Aviv, the number of flights can vary.
The Belgian Airline has resumed flights every day from Brussels to Tel Aviv.
Israir is still operating under reduced conditions and is flying to Tel Aviv from Dubai, Tiblisi, Sofia, Innsbruck, Grenoble, Varna, Athens, and Batumi, among others.
Swiss International Airlines
Swiss resumed flights from Zurich to Tel Aviv, with two flights every day.
Austrian Airlines currently operates three flights a day from Vienna to Tel Aviv.
This airline is flying between Riga and Tel Aviv two or three times a week.
The Irish budget airline is flying to Tel Aviv from many European cities including Krakow, Paphos, Vienna, Budapest, Rome, Bergamo, Bologna, Berlin, Naples, Treviso, Malta, Warsaw, Brussels, Poznan, Bari, Athens, Thessaloniki, Baden Baden, Vilnius, Bucharest, Marseille, Sofia, and Turin.
Pegasus Airlines resumed several daily flights between Istanbul and Tel Aviv. There are up to 4 flights per day between Antalya and Tel Aviv.
The budget British airline is currently flying from Berlin, Basel, Geneva, Manchester, Milan, Amsterdam, Paris, Naples, and London to Tel Aviv.
This budget airline is now offering 28 flights a week from Dubai International Airport and Ben Gurion. Flights operate four times a day.
Currently, there are no flights available. The French boutique airline will resume 2 weekly flights from Newark, New Jersey, to Paris, France, and Tel Aviv, Israel from April 2022.
Virgin Atlantic operates daily flights from London to Tel Aviv.
This Israeli airline is now flying to Ben Gurion from Athens, Salzburg, Grenoble, Sharm el Sheikh, Batumi, and Dubai.
Egyptair’s new flights from Cairo to Tel Aviv operate seven times a week. All flights from Sinai to Tel Aviv previously operated by subsidiary Air Sinai will also now be operated by EgyptAir Aircraft.
TUS Airways, a Cyprus-based airline, operates daily flights from Larnaca to Tel Aviv and two weekly flights from Paphos to Tel Aviv.
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