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From tomorrow: you can land in Israel from all over the world; Here are the destinations you can fly to - Walla! Tourism

2021-03-15T11:40:49.992Z

From Tuesday, it will be possible to reach Israel from anywhere in the world, but the number of passengers who can land here is 3,000 people. Meanwhile, Israel is promoting green passport agreements with several countries, without the need for isolation or corona testing



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From tomorrow: you can land in Israel from all over the world;

Here are the destinations you can fly to

From Tuesday, it will be possible to reach Israel from anywhere in the world, but the number of passengers who can land here is 3,000 people.

Meanwhile, Israel is promoting green passport agreements with several countries, without the need for isolation or corona testing

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Ziv Reinstein

Monday, 15 March 2021, 12:10 Updated: 13:36

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In the video: Pilot at Ben Gurion Airport - rapid corona tests before take-off (Photo: Reuters)

The sky is opening (almost completely): The

government confirmed last night (Sunday) that starting tomorrow, any airline will be able to fly to Israel from any destination in the world.

However, entry to Israel is still limited to 3,000 passengers a day, who will also have to pass a corona check upon landing at Ben Gurion Airport.



There are currently flights to and from Israel to 11 destinations around the world, including

New York, Toronto, Hong Kong, Paris, Frankfurt, London. Kiev, Moscow, Athens, Rome and Addis Ababa

. However, an Israeli passenger can now enter without the need for isolation and testing occur only in Kiev and Addis Ababa.



starting tomorrow, is expected 40 flights from Israel to the following destinations:


7 Flights to New York (3 of the aL and 3 of United Airlines and 1 Delta Airlines


1 flight to Canada Air Canada


1 flight to Hong Kong El Al


1 flight to Bangkok El El


2 flight of Ethiopian Airlines to Addis Ababa


6 flights to Kiev (4 of Arkia and 2 of Ukrainian Airlines)


6 Flights to London (2 from Arkia, 2 from Delta Airlines and 2 from Virgin Atlantic)


2 flights to Moscow from Aeroflot


2 El Al flights to Berlin


1 flight to Istanbul by Corondon Airlines


3 flights to Frankfurt (2 from El Al and 1 from Arkia )


8 flights to Paris (two of Delta Air Lines, two of al, Arkia 2 and 2 of the Air France)

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A limit of 3,000 passengers per day to land in the country.

Israelis at Ben Gurion Airport, last week (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Do not expect a flight from any destination

According to the Airports Authority, any airline that wants to fly to Israel can do so as long as it meets the 3,000-passenger limit.

In other words, the total number of passengers of all airlines that will land in Israel per day will not exceed 3,000, and the Authority will take care of that.



"We are organized for this and we have doubled the corona checkpoints at all entrances to the country because of the increase, and all the check-in complexes are becoming check-in areas for entrants," she told Walla!

Deputy Spokeswoman for the Airports Authority Lisa Dvir.

Of course, these are 3,000 Israeli passengers, not foreigners, with 2,600 people entering yesterday and 1,800 passengers yesterday.



At Ramon Airport near Eilat, where there are currently no flights from abroad, the domestic airport continues to operate, and there are about 20-16 flights per day. According to Dvir, there are currently no permits for passengers from Ramon, and if the airport opens for international flights there as well In



addition to expanding the number of passengers who can come here, the government has allowed airlines flying to the country of cargo - not to return to the country of origin with necessarily cargo, but with passengers. And there are airlines that will be economically unviable to operate flights, as their country of origin has seen an increase in morbidity or closure, such as Italy imposing a closure on Rome and Milan.

Domestic flights continue as scheduled.

Ramon Airport (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Greece will open to Israelis next month

Meanwhile, Israel is in contact with a number of countries around the world that will honor the Israeli green passport, including: the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Greece, Morocco, Cyprus, Estonia, Georgia and Russia.

Under the agreements to be signed, Israelis with green passports will be able to land in these countries without the need for isolation or Corona testing.



According to the Greek media, Israelis will be able to enter the country without isolation or corona testing from April 15, that is, after the Passover holiday but before the popular summer for tourists.

EU residents will also be able to arrive in Greece without restrictions in mid-April, but the rest of the world will only be tourists from May 15 this year.



Cyprus is also expected to join an agreement with Greece, and allow vaccinated Israelis to reach it during April-May, but no agreement has yet been signed with it.

It should be noted that in the two neighboring countries that are popular with Israelis, there has recently been an increase in the number of people infected with the plague.

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Greek tourism minister optimistic: "Israel is one of the leading tourism markets in Greece"

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From April 15, Israelis will be able to vacation here.

Athens, Greece (Photo: ShutterStock, Shutterstock)

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