Question : In terms of overall promptness, how does TLV to LAX rank compared to the rest of the world?
Answer : TLV to LAX currently scores 5 out of a possible 5 stars in promptness. This score combines both the number of delayed flights and total delay minutes. With 5 stars, you should feel at ease about getting to Los Angeles on time.
Question : How long does it take to get from TLV to LAX?
Answer : If you're able to take the shortest direct flight (which is offered by El Al), you will be able to leave TLV at 1:00 AM IDT and get to LAX at 6:30 AM PDT (15 hours and 30 minutes). Remember, there is a time change of 10 hours.
Question : Have you considered flying into Long Beach Airport instead of Los Angeles International Airport?
Answer : Los Angeles International Airport is a great airport, but there is a cheaper option – Long Beach Airport. It’s just 17 miles away and flights are being booked 32% cheaper over the coming two months.
Question : How often are flights late from Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)?
Answer : Passengers are currently getting to their destination on schedule 90% of the time, which ranks in the 97th percentile worldwide. When a flight is delayed, it's an 87-minute delay on average.
Question : Do travelers from Tel Aviv-Yafo typically stay in Los Angeles for very long?
Answer : Over the next two months, passengers from TLV to LAX are planning on staying for 25 days on average.
Question : In the next four weeks, what day should you book your trip?
Answer : As of Jul 24th, the best day for booking to Los Angeles (LAX) is Aug 19th. It costs $575, which is 60% below this route's average price.
Question : Would you be willing to change your travel days if it saved you money?
Answer : The best day to fly on a budget this month is Thursday. Having flexibility in your travel plans means you can save more, so be sure to plan ahead when possible.