Fly From NYC And Other US Cities To Tel Aviv Now From Just $623 Round-Trip On Virgin Atlantic’s Brand New Route With Many Dates Available!

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Update: NYC to Tel Aviv is now just $623 round-trip!

  • Bookable on Priceline. Tickets purchased from Priceline today are refundable until 11:29pm ET tomorrow. Please see this post for directions on how to cancel these tickets.
  • Limited seats are available on each date.
  • Always search for 1 seat and then work the search up to the number of seats you need in order to book as many seats on sale as you can.
  • Search NYC to include JFK and Newark for best results.
  • Use a card like Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve to earn 2 or 3 Chase points per dollar spent and get free travel/medical insurance, trip/luggage delay protection, and more!
  • A Saturday night stay in Israel is required.

Virgin Atlantic is launching their highly anticipated London to Tel Aviv service on 9/25.

A round-trip from JFK or Newark to Tel Aviv is just $623 on Priceline!

  • Round-trip fares from US cities to Tel Aviv:
    • NYC: $623
    • Boston: $636
    • Miami: $751
    • Washington DC/IAD: $800
    • San Francisco: $800
    • Orlando: $800
    • Los Angeles: $830
    • Seattle: $900

A free checked bag, carry-on bag, kosher meals, and seat assignments are included.

This O class fare from JFK to Tel Aviv will earn 5,685 Virgin Atlantic, Singapore, or ANA miles. It will earn 2,842 redeemable miles, 11,369 MQMs, and 568 MQDs if credited to Delta.

JFK/Newark to Tel Avlv valid outbound dates:
November: 5 through 30
December: 1 through 4
January: 8 through 31
February: Entire month
March: 1 through 18
April: 24 through 30
May: 1 through 9

Tel Avlv to JFK/Newark valid return dates:
November: 10 through 30
December: 2 through 10
January: 8 through 31
February: Entire month
March: Entire month
May: 1 through 28
June: 1 through 13

All Virgin Atlantic flights connect in London. A stopover on the outbound can be added for a $120 premium. Just search for multi-destination:


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ukraine and areorflot are same or cheaper with 2 free checked bags
what is this better?

Haviva Zwickler

Booked the Virgin flight for Israel. There were no seat assignments. I’m flying with my husband how. Do I go about getting seat selection? Any tricks, would love 1 aisle and 1 window.

Meyer B

I was able to book seats on Virgin site after

Haviva Zwickler


Leon M.

Hi Dan, question for you.
I have 2 adults, 4 kids and 1 baby under the age of 2.
Priceline does not support infants on international flights.
any suggestions?
Thank you


Orlando flights require an airport change from Gatwick to Heathrow


Il take areorflot cheaper/2 bags


Is this bookable with Chase UR?


I want to fly in August 2020. Do you know when those flights open up?


same here


Me too!


$449 RT the other direction, TLV-BOS, many dates (but not end of December, nor right around Pesach).


Thanks for this info!!
Are there any non-stop with these prices?


I was also wondering if I can get business for this price


Nonstop to and from London


How many virgin atlantic points? Are they also on sale?


what dates are availble from boston on the post it only has dates for nyc


Hi I’m also interested in August 2020 please keep us updated if u have any great deals for then


same here


Booked for Lag Baomer. Amazing price for that time of year.


any way to get a stopover less than 5 hours?


Hey Dan slightly off topic but is el al still planning to start nonstops from Chicago in March????


Is this still valid? I tried booking for a trip in January and I don’t see the $626 price as an option.


Curious why you always mention that it’s bookable on Priceline, what is the advantage of booking there vs direct through airline? Don’t all airlines have the 24 hour cancellation policy? Or are there better deals there? Thanks.


I am trying to book WITHOUT a Saturday stay and i am still getting these rates.
Am I missing something?

Haviva Zwickler

Hi, thanks everyone! Went to Virgin site booked seats and Kosher meals. Can’t wait to take off!


Is this offer still valid?


Paid double for united direct
Wish there was penalty free cancel
CSR a few weeks ago


Is $628 a good deal for Lag Ba’Omer? What’s the usual cost that time of year? It does seem quite cheap. But many times Dan comes up with even cheaper deals, that’s why I sometimes hesitate to book so far in advance.

The heart wants what it wants

These are good deals, but y’all know birthright is completely free, right? And they give you free accommodations, food and attractions.
They won’t take your kids but let’s be honest you need a break from them anyway.


is it possible to upgrade these tickets with points and if yes how many virgin points does it cost to upgrade these tickets to premium or upper class?

Pesach in Israel

It seems the cheap tickets are not for Pesach. Is there any way to get a ticket leaving New York/Newark on April 6th and fly back on April 19th and still get a good deal? Priceline’s options are all over 1,000.
Alternately, I would go for Sukkos but that seems even more money.


I got tickets but I want to upgrade to Premium using Skymiles. I contacted both Virgin and Delta by phone and they are each saying that it can’t be done. @dan, what are my options at this point?


I am trying to book these flights for January from either JFK or Newark for dates in the time listed and prices are coming up much higher than this rate. Please help.


I am new to this site. How do I book a Virgin Atlantic flight leaving JFK on March 3 or Feb 25 to Tel Aviv and to return at the end of March for the $623 fare?

Barry R eizik

looking to go to israel from nyc midweek feb 9th to feb 12 no sat stay what is the best deal?