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Getting to Jerusalem

Jerusalem An Ideal Location

Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and its largest city in terms of both geographical area and population size. Jerusalem is a city that has become home to people from many different faiths, traditions and ethnic groups; therefore, the city's culinary culture offers something for everyone.

Getting There Is Easy!

Some 70 international airlines operate scheduled flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport; located only 35 minutes from the heart of Jerusalem. Ben Gurion is not only one of the world's most efficient and passenger-friendly airports, but also one of its most architecturally beautiful.

SkyTeam is a global airline alliance that comprises 20 world-class carriers serving over 1,052 destinations in 177 countries with over 16,323 flights daily.

We selected SkyTeam as our Official Alliance Network because it provides you with industry-leading discounts of up to 15% off the lowest fares, or promotions if they are even lower. Like this we make sure you fly to the event with the lowest available fares, using only quality full-service airlines. And this advantage doesn't cost you anything extra, there are no booking fees.

Furthermore, earn and redeem miles on all SkyTeam member airlines through their frequent flyer programs. Earn qualifying miles toward Elite membership status and enjoy extra benefits. Easy online miles redemption across SkyTeam members, and if you are a First or Business Class or Elite Plus member of a SkyTeam member airline's frequent flyer program, feel at home at any of the over 564 SkyTeam lounges around the world.

To book your travel now, click here or visit and enter your Event ID, 3291S

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All visitors to Israel must hold a passport that is valid for at least six months from the date they are departing the country. Visitors from some foreign countries will require a visa.

Please visit the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs website for more information on visas, fees and the application process.