The number of Brits travelling to Israel over Passover has jumped on previous years.
Around 6000 people have decided to travel to the Middle East compared to 4000 last year.
And while Jerusalem is popular, other parts of the country including Tel Aviv, Eilat and Herzliya is seeing an influx of tourists.
"We have had to add capacity this Pesach, which is a great sign,” said El Al chief executive Uri Danor.
As well as flying out of Heathrow, charter airlines and budget carriers have been transporting passengers from Luton, Stansted and Manchester.