Carrier based at Ben Gurion Airport crossword clue

This crossword clue Carrier based at Ben Gurion Airport was discovered last seen in the January 10 2022 at the New York Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 4 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with E and can be found at the end of L. We think ELAL is the possible answer on this clue.

Crossword clues for Carrier based at Ben Gurion Airport

Clue Answer
Carrier based at Ben Gurion Airport ELAL
___-cochere (carriage entrance) PORTE
___ Titanic (British Post Carrier): Abbr. RMS
___ Ratzenberger, actor who played Cliff Clavin, the mail carrier in the ’80s sitcom “Cheers” JOHN
___ Lingus (Dublin-based carrier) AER
___ Home 2009 song co-written and sung by Carrie Underwood from her third studio album Play On TEMPORARY
___ Emirates, international airline and flag carrier of UAE that sponsors soccer club Real Madrid FLY
[[IMAGE]](Schoolkids' carrier) BUS
Y chromosome carrier MALE
Word in a carrier's name AIRWAYS
With 21-, 30-, 49-, 61- and 74-Across, end of a Carrie Bradshaw quote that starts "Men in their 40s are like the New York Times Sunday crossword puzzle ..." TRICKY
With 1-Across, sound of a carriage horse CLIP
Where "The Man With the Hoe" carried the world, in an Edwin Markham poem ONHISBACK
What the Morton Salt Girl carries UMBRELLA
What many a truck carries TRASH
Water or gas carrier MAIN
Water carriers URNS
Water carrier CANTEEN
Water carrier HOSE
Water carrier PAIL
Valuable carriers ARMOREDCARS
Undercarriage shaft AXLE
Undercarriage LANDINGGEAR
Type of skirt Carrie wears in the opening sequence of "Sex and the City" TUTU
Two Black ___ 2012 country-pop song by Carrie Underwood from her fourth studio album Blown Away CADILLACS
TV star Carrie ___ Inaba ANN

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