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|Number of Daily Flights||9|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jan 27|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jan 28|
|Popular Airlines||JetBlue Airways|
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is conveniently accessible via the NYC subway and the Van Wyck Expressway. After using the AirTrain to get to your designated terminal, you'll be on your way to Tel Aviv. Relax for more than 11 hours while flying from New York City to Tel Aviv, and you'll be ready to enjoy Israel's most vibrant nightlife scene upon arrival. Many of the city's best bars and clubs like Carpaccio Bar and Haminze, are located in the hip Shenkin district that's lined with historic, Bauhaus-style buildings.
You can use the Ayalon Highway to navigate parts of Tel Aviv, and neighboring communities like Bat Yam and Yafo. When you reach the heart of Tel Aviv, cruise along the seafront HaYarkon Street to some of the city's best public beaches such as Gan Haatzmaut, Hilton Beach and Gordon Beach. Playing beach volleyball or soccer might also get you in the mood for watching professional sports at the Nokia Arena and Bloomfield Stadium.
Located in Lod, Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) is only a short drive away from Tel Aviv via Highway 1, and is served by Israel Railways trains that stop at all major cities throughout the country. Tel Aviv is blessed by a Mediterranean climate that brings mild temperatures throughout most of the year.