Of course, now is not the time, but, yes, a non-stop MIA-TLV flight is very much in demand. El Al did operate TLV-MCO-MIA-TLV during the summer of 1996 and in 1999, when Atlanta airport officials were trying to lure El Al, they did say they would look into it, but only if the flight was via/stopped in/orgininated in Miami. Thrice weekly 744/four times weekly 772 would work fine, especially during the summer. Miami's Jewish population is larger than that of Chicago and Washington combined. Larger than Tel Aviv, Warsaw, London, Madrid, and Buenos Aires, among others. Only NYC is larger. However, I will say, the current "system" works well. El Al puts flyers through the rigourous pre-boarding procedures at thier own check-in desk handled by thier own employees at MIA (and they do have one of those bomb decompression chambers at MIA). You then board a North American (plane parks right next to an El Al 744 at JFK, and you are directed right into the waiting area. LY owns 49% of North American, I believe) 737-800 or 757-200 to JFK. I've always though that El Al should fly TLV-MIA-EZE and get fifth freedom on MIA-EZE. None the less, I wouldn't anticipate anything in the coming 18 or so months.