Monday, July 6, 2020
Chicago is a diverse and colorful city, painted and characterized by the immigrants who made it what it is today.
The Dept of Transportation sent a letter notifying Kuwait Airways that it violated anti-discrimination law when it refused to sell a ticket to an Israeli.
Israel and the European Union are widening their open skies agreement, in a bid to promote sharing of airspace over the Mediterranean Sea basin.
Twenty-seven American tourists have become the first such group to tour Israel outfitted with high-tech equipment including Google Glass.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) honored Rabbi Abba Cohen for improving airport screening for haredi Jews.
Readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine ranked Jerusalem as the 10th-best city in the world for 2015, according to a list published by the magazine this week.
A new budget Israeli airline has made a viral sensation after releasing a hilarious safety video online.
Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park (also known as Park HaYarkon) is an almost 1000-acre expanse of lawns, gardens, sports facilities, concert venues and lakes.
The Michelin travel company is being criticized for not including an Israel guide in its suite of esteemed travel and dining books.
The popular Internet travel site TripAdvisor has ranked Jerusalem fourth on its list of its 2013 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Destinations on the Rise.
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