Israel Sees Upswing in Eilat Winter Tourism from Europe

Soon new airlines will open routes to Ovda airport, including among others, Lufthansa subsidiary Edelweiss from Zurich, Switzerland, and Transavia from Amsterdam.

4.8 Million Israelis Traveled Overseas in 2013

With numbers like that, it's no wonder Israel never feels crowded.

Report: Iran Signs $16.6 Billion Deal With Boeing

Iran's national carrier has signed a multi-billion dollar deal with Boeing, while American lawmakers tighten their sanctions against Tehran.

Union to Strike Ben Gurion Airport 2 Hours Sunday

The airport workers; committees new excuse to shut down the airport is to hold a solidarity strike with the Israel Broadcasting Authority.

Israel Warns Citizens Away from North Korea

Israeli citizens may think it's a good idea to visit North Korea as a tourist, but the government says otherwise.

NFL Stars Coming to Israel Next Week, Will Be Baptized in Jordan River

The visiting players will hold an exhibition match in Jerusalem with the Israeli Football team on Saturday evening, February 18.

Detached From Reality: US Renews Travel Warning Against Israel

The US State Department has renewed its warning to American citizens against traveling to Israel on the eve of 9/11, prior to the Jewish high holy days.

Warning: Israel’s Egged Bus Drivers Threaten (Again) to Strike

If you're a commuter who relies on Egged to get to work or school, be warned: drivers are threatening to strike.

Watch: Southern Rivers Overflowing as Israeli Winter Starts in Earnest

The Israel Nature and Parks Authority on Thursday issued flood warning and safety rules in light of the weather forecast which predicts floods in the country's southern and eastern rivers.

Monarch Airlines to Start Flying Tel Aviv to Manchester, England

Britain's Monarch Airlines is adding a new route between Tel Aviv and Manchester starting in April 2016.

Body of Missing Israeli Hiker, Or Ashraf, Found in Nepal

Rescue workers have found the body of the last missing Israeli, 22-year-old Or Ashraf, on Mt. Everest in a "complicated" location.

Meet Ioana Isac from Romania, Israel’s 3 Millionth Tourist

“This is a special day and an historic milestone as we break the 3-million-tourist barrier and set a new all-time record," Minister Levin said.

Israel Railways Back on Track

The trains are running again and back on schedule, with infrastructure maintenance finished for the time being, according to Israel Railways.

Record Breaking Month for Tourism

A record 385,000 visitors entered Israel in April, according to statistics released Tuesday by the Ministry of Tourism. Three hundred forty two visitors stayed at...

It’s Raining Chocolates in Tel Aviv

Along with the much needed rain that drenched Israel this past weekend, Tel Aviv experienced a different kind of rain – chocolates galore –...

Airbnb Cancels Anti-Israeli Boycott

The decision was the direct result of the lawsuits against Airbnb's for their anti-Israel boycott.

Ministers Aim To Reduce Vacation Costs In Israel

They hope to reduce the cost of vacationing in Israel by about 20% over five years.

Unique Tourism Outfit Offers Luxurious Jewish Heritage Cruises in Germany’s Rivers

In case you were curious, the Dachau concentration camp is one of the final stops on the Uniworld Cruise.

800 Jewish Mothers from 10 Countries Renaissance in Israel

There are no words to describe the power of 800 Jewish mothers under the same roof, with all of the energy, emotions and inspiration.

El Al to Launch Direct Flights from Las Vegas to Israel

“In recent years, Las Vegas has become attractive for the Israeli leisure travelers and among the business sector due to the many conferences and exhibitions held in the city,” said El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin.

Haredim Claim Delta Overbooked and Falsely Blamed Them for Delay

Were you on the plane? Let us know what really happened.

Technical Problem Forces El Flight to NY to Return to Israel

Passengers re-boarded a different plane this morning, 10 hours after the original take-off.

Stormy Weather in Israel May Interfere with Travel Plans

Exceptionally stormy weather is expected to start in Israel overnight Monday into Tuesday, possibly affecting flights at Ben Gurion Int'l Airport.

Tel Aviv–Jerusalem High-Speed Train Passes First Test Ahead of April 2018 Opening

The new, high-speed railway has been criticized by the political left and the Palestinian Authority for passing through about 4 miles of Judea and Samaria, most of it through tunnels.

Arab Terror Hits Hard at Jerusalem Hotel Occupancy Rate

One of the most effective weapons of an enemy is to destroy the opponent’s economy, and Jews are cooperating.

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