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Poli House Tel Aviv Photo: Brown Group Developers switch from housing to hotels

The boom in tourism and the uncertainty in the housing market have changed the priorities of many real estate developers as new hotels flourish.

Jerusalem InterContinental Photo: PR InterContinental to open Downtown Jerusalem hotel

The new hotel on King George Street will compete with the King David Hotel for high-end customers.

Planned hotel Photo: Nitsba Nitsba to build hotel at Airport City

The company has requested a permit to build a 250-room hotel at the entrance to the Airport City business park near Ben Gurion Airport.

E Wing at Ben Gurion Airport Photo: PR New Ben Gurion airport wing to open Thurs

The fourth passenger wing at Israel's major airport will increase capacity at Terminal 3 by 1,800 passengers per hour.

David Fattal, photo: Alon Ron Demand for Fattal IPO over NIS 1b

The minimum company value for the offering is NIS 3.4 billion, before money.

Wizz Air Photo: PR Wizz Air becomes Israel's most popular foreign airline

Wizz Air flew 74,500 passengers to and from Israel in January, 90% more than in January last year.

Tel Aviv seafront Photo: Shutterstock Isrotel leases new Tel Aviv hotel

The new 234 room hotel on Tel Aviv seafront, adjacent to the Isrotel Royal Beach, will be built by 2021.

Michel Ohayon  illustrator: Gil Gibli From Versailles to Jerusalem

French developer Michel Ohayon's vision for the Jerusalem Waldorf Astoria combines luxury with the spiritual.

Setai Hotel Photo: Website New boutique hotels bring renewal to Jaffa

The hotels, set to open in the next few months, are located in 19th century buildings marked for preservation.

Ramon Airport Photo: Shinar Architects New Eilat airport to open April 2018

"Globes" visited the impressively designed airport, which can serve 4.25 million passengers a year.

El Al, photo: Sivan Farag El Al: Our strategy is clear

The airline responds to Avishai Ovadia's portrayal of it as a company adrift.

El Al El Al has no direction or purpose

Who really calls the shots at the Israeli carrier, and what time bomb is concealed in its balance sheet, asks Avishai Ovadia.

Norwegian Cruise Line Photo: PR NCL targets 85,000-strong annual Israel cruise market

Norwegian Cruise Line VP: Israel is in 6th place worldwide in per capital cruise passengers.

Jonathan Bailey Photo: PR Cathay opening Israel office, to operate daily flights

Cathay Pacific Israel manager Jonathan Bailey said the carrier was surprised by the strong demand for business class seats on the Tel Aviv - Hong Kong route.

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