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Flights to Tel Aviv

There are currently two airports that can take you to Tel Aviv. The smaller airport that handles regional traffic is Sde Dov Airport, also known as Dov Hoz Airport (SDV). International and domestic flights land at Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV), the biggest and busiest airport in the country. The property on which SDV currently resides has been re-allocated for residential use, and eventually, all of the air travel in the region will move to TLV.

Airlines that fly to Tel Aviv

SDV is a small airport that hosts national airlines flying to domestic destinations. The following information focuses on TLV, a major international airport with plenty of regional and global players represented. The European low-cost airlines, known worldwide for their low prices, can also take you to Tel Aviv.

  • Air Canada often works with Delta for flights from Tel Aviv to YYZ in Toronto. There are also seasonal flights from Pierre Trudeau International in Montreal.
  • Air France is one of many national European carriers represented at TLV. You can fly to Tel Aviv from Canada with stops in Paris or Nice.
  • El Al and other national carriers Israir Airlines and Arkia use this airport as their hub. They fly to domestic and international destinations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Scandinavia.
  • EasyJet is the biggest low-cost carrier here. Connect to several points in Europe and London’s Gatwick Airport at some of the lowest costs in the world with this airline.

The distance between Israel and Canada makes direct flights impossible, and most routes from Canada to Tel Aviv consist of at least one stop. Exactly where depends on the airline.

What to See and Do in Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv has the history, culture, entertainment, and seaside beach playgrounds that tourists love. It’s becoming a more popular place to visit, with a mix of contemporary attractions and ancient sites, and has something for everyone to enjoy.

  • Tel Aviv Cinematheque is also referred to as the Doron Cinema Center and is an impressive film and video archive that has five cinema halls and hosts several annual festivals dedicated to international film, cartoons, or documentaries.
  • LGBTQ Culture. Tel Aviv is internationally recognized as a hotspot for gay tourism. The city is home to a large LGBTQ community and hosts the largest Pride Parade in Asia.
  • Big Museums. Three of the world’s biggest museums are located in the city. Eretz Israel Museum is one of the most extensive, with displays and artifacts detailing the long history of the Land of Israel.

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