Documents Required for Transit
Passport – valid for at least 6 months.
For Drivers (entering with a private car) .
Car License under the driver's name or an English or Arabic power of attorney-can be issued at the MEMCI branch at the terminal.
English translation of car license – can be issued at the Milgam branch at the terminal.
Visa to Jordan – issued at the Jordanian terminal and costs 14 dinars.
Please follow the attendants' instructions and pay attention to loudspeakers' announcements.
Please follow the Ministry of Agriculture instructions and refrain from bringing in unauthorized products (a list can be found on signs at the terminal).
Israelis are advised to coordinate the trip in advance with a Jordanian agent.
For additional information, please contact the Jordanian Embassy in Israel, 03-7517722
Passing Through in a Car
You will be asked to submit a passport and a receipt for transit fees.
Passing through to the Jordanian part will be possible only after car registration in Customs.
Third party insurance is a must in Jordan. Insurance indemnity in Jordan is lower than in Israel, thus it is recommended to buy a complementary insurance policy in Israel. Service is provided at the Milgam branch at the terminal.
Passing Through in a Two-Wheel Vehicle (motorized or mechanical):
Passing through to Jordan by motorbike or bicycle is forbidden.
Passing through with weapon and / or ammunition is forbidden.
Passing through of rented cars / taxies is forbidden.
Passing Through by Foot – leaving Israel
You will be required to submit a passport and a receipt for transit fees. An air-conditioned bus takes the passengers from the Israeli terminal to the Jordanian terminal. The bus leaves every 25 minutes and the ride costs 5 NIS.
Transit to the Jordanian side by bus.