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New TV advertising campaign from Israel

New TV advertising campaign from Israel

1 March 2018 Videos

The Israel Ministry of Tourism has announced the launch of a new TV advert, which airs this week. The £2 million campaign, which includes TV, video on demand and online spend, was produced by LAPAM – Israel’s government advertising agency, with creative design from Allenby Concept House.

Jerusalem to host TBEX in March 2017

Jerusalem to host TBEX in March 2017

9 September 2016 Travel Events News Tourism News

From March 20th-22nd, Jerusalem will host TBEX, the largest conference and networking event for travel bloggers, digital journalists and new media content creators, as well as travel brands and industry professionals. Held at the ICC Jerusalem International Convention Centre, TBEX will bring the travel industry’s most creative minds together to learn, network and do business.

Ben Gurion International Airport returns to full capacity

Ben Gurion International Airport returns to full capacity

3 August 2016 Airline News Tourism News

The Israel Airports Authority management has announced that Terminal 1 at Ben Gurion International Airport will return to full activity by summer 2017. In light of the “Open Skies” agreement announced in 2013, the number of low cost flights into Israel has increased significantly, with many carriers departing from Terminal

HVS: Bright future for Israeli hospitality

HVS: Bright future for Israeli hospitality

18 July 2016 Hotel News Tourism News

Israel’s hotel pipeline remains strong and, buoyed by new laws facilitating hotel developments, investor interest is expected to grow further in the country, according to a new report from global hotel consultancy HVS. While the impact of continuing terrorist activity has resulted in fewer visitors travelling to Israel, those cities with strong corporate-driven business, such as Tel Aviv, have proven to be more resilient than mainly leisure-driven markets such as Jerusalem and the Dead Sea area, the report highlights.

Israel launches new virtual tourist office

Israel launches new virtual tourist office

The Israel Ministry of Tourism has launched a Virtual Tourist Office offering visitors a trove of information which they can access via email, Facebook and WhatsApp. Visitors to Israel can use the service to find out everything they need to know, from accommodation and transportation to events and festivals, prior to their trip and during their stay.