Question : Can I change the date of my flight? Answer : You sure can and you may save by changing when you take off. The lowest-cost day to fly in August is Sunday. You may be thinking you're missing out taking off a day earlier, but we think of it as you just adding those savings towards your next getaway. A penny saved is a vacation earned.
Question : How long is the flight from LAX to TLV? Answer : El Al can get you there in 14 hours and 15 minutes. For example, if you were to leave Los Angeles at 1:30 PM PDT, you would get to Tel Aviv-Yafo at 1:45 PM IDT. Giving you enough time to catch up on your sleep before your flight touches down (remember, there is a 10-hour time change).
Question : How many flights are there per day from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv-Yafo? Answer : Depending on the day of the week, the number of flight times will change, but on average there is only one. The average route departing the United States currently has nine different flight times per day, so expect fewer choices than you're used to.
Question : Which airline has the least delays from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv-Yafo? Answer : The current leader is El Al with a 71% on-time rate. Spend as little time in an airport as necessary by flying with El Al. If they are delayed for some reason though, the average delay is less than 15 minutes.
Question : How much time do people spend in Tel Aviv-Yafo? Answer : The average time spent in Tel Aviv-Yafo by passengers from Los Angeles is 24 days. However long you decide to stay, give yourself plenty of time to see what makes Tel Aviv-Yafo fantastic.
Question : How much is a plane ticket to Tel Aviv-Yafo (TLV) from Los Angeles (LAX)? Answer : Prices vary anywhere from $370 to $10,749. Booking in advance can usually help you get the cheapest price. Prices are usually less the further out you book.
Question : How long does it take to fly from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv-Yafo? Answer : This flight takes just about 14 hours and 15 minutes via El Al. Until we get the kinks worked out of our teleportation machine, this is still the one of the fastest ways to get from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv-Yafo (don't forget, there is a 10-hour time difference).