Israel is connected to the rest of the world by international carriers and low-cost charter airlines. Due to corona travel restrictions, there are fewer incoming flights, and airport procedures have changed, to include COVID testing. Israel is on the green list of destinations where vaccinated passengers can travel, and every day more airlines are resuming their flight routes to the Holy Land.
International airlines that have already resumed flights to Israel include United Airlines, Delta, and American Airlines, regularly connecting the US to Israel. Other carriers that fly to Israel include Ethiopian Airlines, Aegean Airlines, Air Europa, Air Canada, France, Air, Emirates, Iberia, TAP, Brussels Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Australian Airlines, Air Baltic, Belavia, British Airways, Turkish Air, Lufthansa, and Swiss Air, Ukraine Airlines, Gulf Air, Alitalia, Virgin, and Cyprus Airways. Low-cost airlines that fly to Israel include Wizz Air, Ryan Air, EasyJet, FlyDubai, and Pegasus Airlines.
El Al is Israel’s national carrier, they have high security, kosher in-flight meals and they don’t fly on Shabbat. Arkia Airlines and Israir are smaller Israeli airlines with limited international flights and domestic flights connecting Tel Aviv to Eilat. Almost all international flights to Israel land at Ben Gurion International Airport, a modern facility just outside Tel Aviv. Some international flights land at Ramon Airport near Eilat in southern Israel. Keep updated about changes in flights to Israel.