If you’re looking to head to Israel this spring, there are more ways to fly with the reopening of its Ben Gurion Airport. But for many eager travellers who want a taste of Jerusalem’s rich history or Tel Aviv’s iconic beaches, there might be nowhere for you to stay.
It’s not that there’s a shortage of hotels. Israel’s High Court has lifted restrictions on citizens entering the country through its main international gateway, Ben Gurion Airport, raising the number of Israelis permitted to enter to upwards of 8,000 per day.
United Airlines, as just one example, is reportedly ready for take-off with more than a dozen flights a week planned from
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