Travel, Tourism
Globes: Israeli flyers avoiding Turkey, Spain, and France

In addition to price, the sense that these countries have become more hostile places for Jews has an influence on Israeli travel plans.

Avi Woolf | 18.06.24

Travel, Ben Gurion

Terminal 1 at Ben Gurion airport has reopened

Terminal 1, known for its low cost flights and budget airlines has opened earlier this month in an attempt to boost tourism after the hit the war had on the travel industry to Israel.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 18.06.24

World news, Maldives ban

Maldives Israeli ban runs into a problem - Palestinians

The Maldives' antisemitism has backfired as it struggles to move forward in barring entry of Israeli passport holders due to "complications."

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 17.06.24

Israel-Gaza War, Maldives

Foreign Ministry recommends Israelis in Maldives leave at once due to ban

This decision comes after the Maldives government announced a ban on those with Israeli passports from entering the country.

Avi Woolf | 04.06.24

Israel-Gaza War, Maldives

Maldives announces ban on those with Israeli passports

The decision comes as a statement of solidarity with the Palestinians and amid a generally turbulent relationship with the Jewish State.

Avi Woolf | 02.06.24

Israel-Gaza War, Travel

Globes: Israel's cheaper Terminal 1 to reopen, allowing cheaper airlines to return

After being closed down at the start of the war, Ben Gurion Airport's Terminal 1 is coming back online on June 2, allowing for more and cheaper flights to more destinations.

Avi Woolf | 20.05.24

Israel-Gaza War, Travel

Globes: Air Canada to delay restoring service to Israel until August

The airline thus joins United and EasyJet in delaying their return to regular service in Israel, even though most airlines have done so.

Avi Woolf | 12.05.24

Israel-Gaza War, Travel

Transportation Ministry expects 60,000 airline passengers a day during April

While an increase of 33% compared to March, this number of travellers amounts to a 40% drop compared to last April. 

Avi Woolf | 26.03.24

Israel-Gaza War

Ryanair cancels all flights to and from Israel until October

This decision ostensibly comes due to higher passenger fees. The Hungarian company Wizz Air and British EasyJet will be picking up the slack.

Avi Woolf | 13.03.24

Travel, Transportation

Transportation Ministry raises age for license-related medical examinations from 70 to 75

People with driver's licenses will now no longer have to fill a questionnaire with their doctor or be officially examined to keep their license for another five years.

Avi Woolf | 07.03.24

Paris, France

FPA: Eiffel Tower once again shut down due to strike

Unions claim the operating company overestimates future visitors and underestimates repair and maintenance costs.

Avi Woolf | 22.02.24

El Al, Travel, Israel-Gaza War

El Al effort to reward soldiers serving in the war with free tickets hits snags

Complaints about a dysfunctional site, lack of clarity about terms, and questions about who should be entitled to free tickets all marred a gesture towards Israel's fighters.

Avi Woolf | 21.02.24

El Al, IDF, Israel-Gaza War

El Al to give out 10,000 free tickets to IDF soldiers serving at least 30 days since the war began

The tickets will be for a selection of destinations in Europe, and will be awarded to eligible enlisted, regular, and reserve soldiers presenting valid IDs and service records.

Avi Woolf | 20.02.24

Travel, Driver's License

Drivers can now learn how many points they have on their license online

The Transportation Ministry announced that those with driver's licenses and who are registered in the national identification system can now know the number of points on their license online.

Avi Woolf | 19.02.24

Electric Scooters, Electric Bicycles

Owners of Electric Bicycles and Scooters Now Required to Register Vehicles for Licenses

According to Transportation Ministry estimates, there are about 100-150,000 electric scooters in Israel, and a similar number of electric bicycles.

Avi Woolf | 07.02.24

Israel-Gaza War, Air Travel Tourism

Most Airlines to Restore Service in Israel by April - Here's the List

Walla News has drafted a list of all the airlines restoring service to Israel after suspending it due to the war. See below for more details.

Avi Woolf | 30.01.24

Amazing Footage from Nature

Amazing Footage: an Ibex was Attacked by a Caracal and Survived. Watch

A couple of hikers in the Arava desert came across a spectacular sight: an ibex caught in a fence was attacked by a caracal. After a struggle of several minutes, the caracal gave up and abandoned the place. View the footage.

JFeed Staff | 07.01.24

Paris, Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower Closed Today Due to Worker Strike Over Working Conditions and Pay

On the 100th anniversary of the death of Gustav Eiffel, creator of the Eiffel Tower, the storied attraction is closed until further notice due to a strike of its workers.

Avi Woolf | 27.12.23

"Death to the Jews"

"Death to the Jews": Yehoshua Bin Nun Tomb Complex was Desecrated 

The Yehoshua bin Nun tomb complex in Samaria was desecrated, Arab rioters on the spot. "Death to the Jews" inscriptions and inscriptions encouraging Hamas and the 7/10 massacre in the Gaza Strip Envelope were found. Head of the Samaria Council Yossi Dagan "handle with the barbarian terrorists - like the USA handled ISIS."

| JFeed Staff | 13.12.23

Level of the Sea of ​​Galilee

In Just One Day: the Level of the Sea of ​​Galilee has Risen Tremendously

Within a day and a half, the level of the Sea of ​​Galilee registered a tremendous increase of 4.5 cm from direct rain. Now the level of the Sea of ​​Galilee stands at -211.515 and another increase is expected in the coming days.

JFeed | 21.11.23