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Today's exchange rate
$1.00 = ₪3.48
Flight duration
11h 10m

Airports servicing

Sälen Scandinavian Mountains (SCR)

Airports servicing

Eilat Ramon Intl (ETM)
Sde-Dov (SDV)
Tel Aviv (TLV)
Ovda (VDA)

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Flight FAQs

From USA to Israel

What days are nonstop flights available from USA to Israel?

Nonstop flights can be found on the following days: Friday.

How popular is this flight route?

Within the past month, 16 users have taken a look at flights from United States to Israel.

What are the most popular airlines that fly from USA to Israel?

Consider Cathay Pacific, Norwegian or Spirit Airlines when booking your flight. These represent the most popular airlines when flying from USA to Israel.

What are the most popular routes from USA to Israel?

Most travelers choose New York John F Kennedy Intl - Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl, Newark - Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl or New York LaGuardia - Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl when deciding on the best route from USA to Israel.

What are the cheapest Flights from USA to Israel?

Looking for the cheapest flight from USA to Israel? While on average our users pay $932, our data indicates the cheapest price to be $190. The most popular route (New York John F Kennedy Intl - Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl), is priced around $376.

What airports serve USA to Israel flights?

Many airports across the United States offer flights into Israel. Some of them include Los Angeles International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, and O’Hare International Airport out of Chicago. A large number of flights go into Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv. This airport is about 12 miles from the city center and had more than 23 million passengers in 2019. Flights also go into Ramon Airport from Logan International Airport in Boston. Ramon is located 11 miles north of Eilat in southern Israel. Many different destinations can be reached from the airport on Wizz Air, Ryanair, and Israir Airlines flights.

Which airlines fly directly from the USA to Israel?

While there are no direct flights into Eilat, there are several nonstop flights into Tel Aviv. Passengers can leave from many US cities like New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami to reach Israel. Los Angeles International Airport and Miami International Airport offer flights directly to the city through EL AL Israel Airlines, while those leaving from JFK Airport also has flights from Delta Air Lines and United Airlines. United and EL AL also have flights through San Francisco International Airport. Direct flights into Tel Aviv are also available through United Airlines from Washington Dulles Airport near Washington DC.

What are the stopover options between the USA to Israel?

There are hundreds of daily flights from the USA to Israel on a stopover flight. Passengers leaving out of Los Angeles International Airport can fly on airlines like Air France, Turkish Airlines, and Aeroflot. These flights stopover at least once in locations such as Charles de Gaulle Airport in France, Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport in Russia, and Istanbul Airport in Turkey. Fort Lauderdale International Airport also provides stopover flights for passengers going to Tel Aviv, many of which stop at least twice. Some flights stop in John F. Kennedy International Airport and Boryspil Airport, while others touch down in Washington Dulles Airport and Frankfurt am Main.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly from the USA to Israel?

Travelers leaving the United States to reach Israel will be required to have a passport but a visa is not needed. However, a return ticket will be needed to take these flights.