Top Flight Deals to Tel Aviv
Travel dates Jan 28-Feb 27. Fares updated on: 12/19/2014 at 4:41 AM. Fares are round trip. Fares incl. all fuel surcharges, our service fees
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Business Class Tickets & Airfares to Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is the capital of Israel and the first modern Jewish city to be built in the country. The city is located on a 14-km-long strip on the Mediterranean seacoast, extending beyond the Ayalon River to the east and Yarkon River to the north. This lively economic and cultural center of Israel attracts millions of tourists from across the world every year. The tourists find the city’s culture and art, festivals, entertainment and a happening nightlife alluring. Tel Aviv also offers various attractions. The city has more than 20 museums, which are worth visiting. Some of the famous museums include the Tel Aviv Art Museum, the Land of Israel (HaAretz) Museum, the Israel Defense Forces History Museum, the Museum of the Diaspora, and many more.
Why not pay a visit to Tel Aviv, “the city that never stops”? There are many international airlines that connect Tel Aviv with other parts of the world quite well. Whether you are traveling from long haul destinations like the United States, Europe, Latin America, Asia or other countries, Tel Aviv can be easily reached. For travelers on a long trek to Israel, business class flights are the best option as you will forget the wearisome travel with the privileges being offered in-flight. Many airlines are these days installing ‘fully flat’ seats that convert to beds. You just need to explore one such airline, book your tickets and have an enjoyable journey. You are offered VIP treatment on such flights with dedicated security lanes, priority check-in, priority boarding, legroom, extra luggage allowance, complimentary beverages and meals, and much more.
Tel Aviv can be easily reached from most parts of the world with many international airlines operating nonstop and connecting flights here round the year. Most of the international flights to the city arrive at Israel’s premier aviation hub, the Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV). The airport is situated in the suburbs of Tel Aviv in the city of Lod. It is the largest airport in the country and considered to be among the world’s most heavily secured airports. The airport handles flights from three major U.S.-based carriers US Airways, Delta Air Lines and Continental Airlines that offer direct flights to Tel Aviv from the U.S.
Continental Airlines provides flights services from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). Direct flights from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) are offered by Delta Air Lines. When flying out of Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), travelers mostly connect to US Airways for direct flights to the city. The flights from all the three U.S. cities take around 11 hours. Such long haul flights become difficult to endure because of the exhaustion and jet lag that they cause. The best option in the circumstances is to prefer business class flights because of the comforts and enhanced services offered to the passengers.
Tel Aviv is in its full elements in spring and autumn. Consider a visit to the city during these seasons. The weather is mild and perfect for sightseeing. The summer is also best for your Tel Aviv visit as you will be able to enjoy its happening nightlife and sizzling beaches.