Flights to Eilat

There’s something for everyone in the Red Sea resort of Eilat, a popular sunspot which boasts a host of attractions including spectacular Dolphin Reef, and the Underwater Observatory  – and of course many kilometers of pristine sandy beaches and blue Mediterranean Sea. Visitors to Eilat can also take advantage of some exciting days out – for example jeep safaris, kayaking and camel rides and,  when it comes to somewhere to stay there’s no end of  accommodation options – from self-catering apartments to all-inclusive hotel deals.

Why Fly to Eilat?

By far the best way to get to Eilat, as more and more holidaymakers are beginning to realize, is by air –  it’s the most relaxing and cost-effective way of starting a vacation. Flights to Eilat leave from Ben Gurion and Sde Dove several times a day throughout the year – and during July and August flights are available just about every hour. Arkia flights to Eilat, Israir flights to Eilat and El Al flights to Eilat are all available with flights costing from 300 to 400 shekels ($75-$100) one way. Early bookers can get discounts on their flights to Eilat with those planning a vacation well in advance able to get flights as cheap as 99 shekels one way – a deal recently offered by El Al airlines from Ben Gurion Airport. Deals are updated all the time, so it’s a good idea to keep abreast of the discounts advertised in newspapers and web sites, when booking a holiday to Eilat.

Ways to Save Money on Flights

Other ways to get cost-effective Eilat flights include taking a break out of high season – that is, outside of July and August. Taking a vacation during March and October will mean lower prices on flights and hotels, and many will find the temperatures more comfortable. It’s also worth checking out the package deals on offer since there are many quality deals which include flights from accredited travel agents.

When it comes to traveling to Eilat it makes sense to leave the car at home and take advantage of one of the many convenient flights to Eilat – flights which mean the sun can be less than an hour away.