Three non-stop flights in each direction will take place in April-May 2020.
El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin recently attended a tourism conference in Morocco and discussed direct flights from Israel, "Israel Hayom" reports.
Azrieli Group will invest NIS 500 million in expanding and renovating the historic building overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem.
Israel has had 4.2 million tourists in 2019 and has already broken last year's record when 4.1 million tourists visited Israel, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.
Two new ratings praise Tel Aviv for its diverse selection of vegan food, its bars, the Carmel open-air market, and the city's tolerant atmosphere.
Roundtrip fares start at $84. Israir is transferring planes that were used on its Tel Aviv-Eilat route.
54% of Israelis who spent a vacation in Israel say they got much less value for money than they do overseas.
The buyer intends to convert the listed building, in a central Jerusalem location, to a hotel.
The worse El Al's results are, the more far-flung its destinations become.
El Al frequent flyer club CEO Lior Tanner explains the long-term thinking behind recent controversial changes in the program.
Despite incentives from the Tourism Ministry, there will only be 45 flights a week landing at the new airport, down from 55 last winter.
The company plans to open hotels in Eilat, Jerusalem, Haifa, and Netanya in the next two years and then an 800-room hotel in Tel Aviv and 250-room hotel near Ben Gurion airport.
Tourism is breaking new records even though a recent survey by FIT found Tel Aviv to be the world's third most expensive city.
"Time Out" has named Tel Aviv's Kerem Hataimanim and Shuk Hacarmel in 15th place as the coolest neighborhoods to visit right now.