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Turkish Airlines  photo: PR Israelis flock to Turkey in record numbers

Hostility to Israel and the recent invasion of Syria are not deterring Israelis from travelling to Turkey for vacations or connection flights - if the price is right.

Tel Aviv seafront  Tourism to Israel flourishes despite high prices

Tourism is breaking new records even though a recent survey by FIT found Tel Aviv to be the world's third most expensive city.

Tel Aviv coastline Photo: Shutterstock Strong Sept tourism as Israel heads for record year

Israel has had 3.5 million visitors in 2019 so far and looks set to break last year's record when 4.1 million tourists visited Israel.

Ben Gurion Airport Over 1m Israelis to flock abroad for holidays

The Israel Airports Authority estimates traffic at Ben Gurion Airport in Israel's holiday season will be 2.4 million passengers, including 1.1 million Israelis.

Virgin Atlantic Virgin Atlantic begins Tel Aviv - London flights

Virgin Atlantic is cheaper for flights to London, but British Airways is cheaper for flights to New York, "Globes" has found.

Tel Aviv's Carmel Market Tel Aviv neighborhood ranked among world's coolest

"Time Out" has named Tel Aviv's Kerem Hataimanim and Shuk Hacarmel in 15th place as the coolest neighborhoods to visit right now.

American Airlines Will American Airlines impact Israel - US fares?

The announcement that the world's largest airline is resuming flights to Tel Aviv next year will add competition to the route.

Jonathan Bailey Passenger numbers double on Tel Aviv - Hong Kong route

Outgoing Cathay Pacific Israel country manager Jonathan Bailey sums up a remarkable 30 months in Tel Aviv.

Eilat Hoteliers reconsider Eilat expansion plans

Isrotel CEO: The closure of Sde Dov airport has made us abandon the idea of building a new hotel on the north beach.

Eilat airport opening ceremony Photo: Sasson Tiram Schedule shrinks at Eilat's 'white elephant' airport

Designed for 4.5 million passengers a year, in the summer Ramon airport serves a few thousand passengers a month.

Sde Dov airport Photo: Mony Shapir Sde Dov's closure was inevitable but wrong

Real estate interests and a widening budget deficit meant that Tel Aviv airport's fate was sealed, even though closing it was a mistake.

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