US330, El Al only serves US four cities, the three largest Jewish communities, New York City, Miami, and Los Angeles, and Chicago (Philadelphia is the 4th largest Jewish community. Chicago is either 5th or 6th, after DC, I do not recall). While Atlanta's Jewish population is not small, there are plenty of other cities, like Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, with Jewish populations three times that of Atlanta not served by El Al. None the less, that fact aside, Israel has wanted an Atlanta connection for years and in 2000 El Al was on the verge of launching TLV-ATL-MIA-TLV service, but it never surfaced. Also important to remember that Israeli immigrant population is much more important than Jewish populations. The four cities El Al serves in the US have the four largest immigrant populations from Israel and no other US cities come close to thier numbers.