Cheap Flights from New York to Tel Aviv
Flight information New York to Tel Aviv
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Average flight time, total distance 5663 miles
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Ben Gurion Intl and Tel Aviv-Yafo Sde Dov
What To Expect On This Route
If you’re interested in traveling from New York City to Tel Aviv, you’re in for quite the trip. Traveling on this route takes around 15 hours, though it can take as long as 19 hours depending on your flight. You’ll have the ability to pick between Aeroflot, Air Europa, Iberia, British Airways, Ethiopia Air, Lufthansa, United Airlines, Delta, Turkish Airlines, and Swiss Air, among others.
Flight costs vary quite a bit on this route depending on the carrier and schedule, so check out our deals on Skyscanner to make sure that you don’t overpay for this expensive trip.
There aren’t any direct flights on this route due to the distance, so you’ll have a layover. Where you have your layover will differ depending on your carrier, but it’ll probably be somewhere in Europe. Your layover will likely last for a couple of hours, but if you’re unlucky, it might be as many as four or six hours.
Most flights along this route depart via New York’s JFK International Airport or New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport. If you depart via JFK, you’ll be leaving via Terminal 1’s only concourse. If you depart via Newark, you’ll be leaving at Terminal B.
Both JFK and Newark have plenty of amenities and shopping options to keep you busy while you wait for your flight. Given that this route is international, you should probably expect delays. There are quite a few different points along the route that could suffer from air traffic or weather related delays.
Arriving at Ben Gurion
Once you’ve touched down at Ben Gurion International Airport, you’ll make your way through security and customs in Terminal 3. Ben Gurion is known for its long walks that passengers have to take after disembarking, so be ready to hop onto a people mover to help you trot along.
Many of Ben Gurion’s facilities are open 24/7, so you’ll be able to buy a pre-departure snack or last minute item no matter when your flight arrives. Ben Gurion’s transit hub includes a railway station, bus depot, and taxi stand.
After you’ve arrived in Tel Aviv, you’re in for a treat. Tel Aviv is Israel’s nightlife and performing art center, and also boasts a galaxy of different ethnic cuisines to sample. Tel Aviv is safe, tourist friendly, and relatively easy to navigate via its public transportation system. Most people won’t speak English, but you should be able to get by regardless.
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