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Getting to Tel Aviv

Airport

Recently given a massive, billion-dollar upgrade, Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV), about 12 miles east of the city, is clad in sumptuous, pale Jerusalem stone. Look for actual Biblical artifacts in the passenger halls en route to take off.

Airlines

El Al (from New York, Newark, Los Angeles, Miami), Delta (from Atlanta and New York), and Continental/United (from Newark) offer nonstop flights between the United States and Israel. You’re probably going to find the best hummus plate aboard El Al.

Flight Times

10 hours nonstop from the East Coast; 13 hours from the Midwest; 14 hours from the West Coast.

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