If this isn't on one ticket, I wouldn't be comfo0rtable with such a short time. Particularly as its for a flight six months ahead of now. what will you do if the Edinburgh flight is brought forward in the meantime? Or your incoming flight is put back? Or both?
Then there's the possibility of delays causing you to arrive late even if the flight is not rescheduled.
Easyjet are a budget airline; they do point-to-point flights only and don't care about 'connections'.
You would be better off booking a direct flight from Tel Aviv to Edinburgh, or one with an airline or alliance that will allow you to book connecting flights with a common passenger reference number, through a hub airport (such as British Airways through London Heathrow, or Air France/KLM through Amsterdam Schipol or Paris Charles de Gaulle). That way you have protection and rights should your flights be rescheduled, or delayed on the day.
It's not comfortably doable even if all goes well. And if anything goes wrong you are sunk.
A flight next morning??
It is very tight to say the least. Easyjets latest check in is 45 minutes before the flight and they are very strict on this. As a US Citizen it is likely you will spend more time at Immigration, which, time wise is also very hit and miss. Any slight delay and you have no chance
As other have suggested I would look at other options
I've flown EasyJet from Tel Aviv to Luton twice and would happily do it again. However, there is no guarantee that the flight would arrive on time - the first time I did it (about three years ago) the flight was two hours late, which is of course something that can happen with any airline. I would not do what you are planning, for all the reasons already stated.
There are no direct flights from Tel Aviv to Edinburgh. Stay in a hotel in Luton and then fly to Edinburgh the next day. British Airways through Heathrow or Air France through Paris will most likely cost a lot more than a cheap hotel in Luton.
No its not doable
arrival time is landing on tarmac ,you can add anything from 25-60 minutes to get through baggage claim and customs
you then have to go back through the tedious departures process at Luton which in my experience will take at least another 30 minutes
it probably looks doable on paper but luton is an airport least well equipped for connections and as wire wiper says the budget airlines wont care if you are 1 minute late
I sometimes travel between Edinburgh and continental destinations via Luton. It's not my favourite option, but if it saves my employer a few hundred pounds, and it's not too uncomfortable, I'm an obliging sort.
No way would I attempt what you propose. What I usually do on these trips is to stay overnight (usually at the HIE, which is OK for that sort of stay) and catch a morning flight up to Edinburgh or to my European destination. (As the schedule is set by the timing of business meetings and I would otherwise have to spend most of the preceding or following day travelling, this can work out with lower hours billed to the client as well as lower travel cost, making the saving worthwhile).
It is and it isn't. If the first flight will have a delay you'll be in trouble.
Have you considered maybe taking a train up to Edinburgh rather than flying? Potentially more expensive but it is another option.