Average flight duration: 28h10m
(flight with stopovers)
- Arrival city:
- Tel Aviv, Israel
- Sde Dov Airport (SDV)
- Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV)
- Atarot Airport (JRS)
- Local time:
- Jan 26, 2020 2:36 AM, GMT+2
min. 49ºF, max. 60ºF
- Departure city:
- Los Angeles, USA
- Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
- Bob Hope Airport (BUR)
- Ontario International Airport (ONT)
- Local time:
- Jan 25, 2020 4:36 PM, GMT-8
min. 52ºF, max. 71ºF
Why travel by plane from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv?
When it comes to traveling from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv, there's only one realistic option: choosing to travel by plane. Both non-stop and connecting flights are available to travelers, with non-stop flights operated by El Al Airlines taking around 14h 30m. Those who would prefer to stretch their legs on terra firma during the journey can take longer, connecting flights with airlines including Air Canada, United Airlines and Air France. Departing from Los Angeles International Airport, flights land in Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport. With First, Business and Economy Class available, all of which make for a journey of varying degrees of comfort, travelers have the choice of traveling in luxury or budget comfort.
What is there for visitors to see and do in Tel Aviv?
The Israeli city of Tel Aviv is known, among other things, for its 1930s Bauhaus architecture. Fans of the architectural style should head to the 'White City', in which a collection of around 4,000 buildings in this style can be seen. Not a fan of architecture? Not to worry, as Tel Aviv is also home to museums such as the Beit Hatfutsot museum, as well as the historic Jaffa Port area.