This page contains information about the current situation with COVID-19 recovery in Ben Gurion International Airport.

Last update: 2020-07-05T08:20:22.0030000

As a result of the outbreak of the coronavirus, many changes have been made in operating processes at Ben-Gurion International Airport. The services provided to passengers at Ben-Gurion International Airport have been significantly restricted, as have movements by passengers and aircraft.

Following are details of the outgoing passenger procedures at Ben-Gurion International
Airport:

  • Escorts and greeters will not be allowed to enter the terminal’s halls. Entry into
    the terminal is permitted by those holding airline tickets.
  • Passengers may be dropped off on the third floor of Terminal 3, or you can wait
    for passenger arrivals in the terminal’s car park.
  • Online check-in must be completed before arriving for a flight departing from
    Ben-Gurion International Airport.
  • At the entrance to the terminal, passengers’ will undergo a temperature check,
    and will then receive a bracelet that they must wear until they board the aircraft.
  • Entrance to the terminal will be allowed by people wearing face masks.
  • When standing in line at check-in counters, passengers must be diligent about
    standing on the stickers on the floor, which are 2 meters apart, in compliance
    with the social distancing regulations.
  • When standing in line for border control, passengers must be diligent about
    standing on the stickers on the floor, which are 2 meters apart, in compliance
    with the social distancing regulations.
  • Boarding process: attendants will control the passenger boarding process
    according to the order of seating on the aircraft.
  • Means of maintaining hygiene are provided at all service stations in the terminal,
    such as Alcogel bottles and automatic disinfection facilities.
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