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Jordan and Israel visit: Fly into Amman or Tel Aviv?

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I posted before about a different aspect of a trip I'm planning to Israel and Jordan, and received some very helpful replies. I'll follow-up with a trip report after I go there this fall.

I'm now trying to figure out the best flights to take. I looks like the cheapest option is to fly to Amman. Is it feasible to spend a week in Jordan, pass to Israel via land, vacation there, and then return through the land crossing? I don't anticipate any issues getting into Israel but I wondered if there is any reason it would be preferable to fly to Tel Aviv, despite being pricier.

Third option, of course, is to get a one-way flight to and from both places. It would be easier and save time. But even if I can find flights that are reasonably priced, will that raise red flags with immigration authorities?

Thanks!!

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