The regulations of the Israel Airports Authority (Fess at Border Crossings) 5755 – 1994, stipulate that departing passengers pay a passage fee. The fee rates, quoted in NIS, are updated once a year (on 1st January), and are linked to the consumer price index.
Fees at Land Border Stations as of the 1.1.2017.pdf
Methods of payment
At all Israel Post branches with no commission*
At the branches of the financial service provider at the Border Terminal with a surcharge of a
counter commission in the amount of NIS 5.
On the Milgam website using a credit card – the payment forms can be obtained at the
computerized kiosk in the Terminal. The issuance of the form is done by swiping the credit
card. The service does not incur a counter commission.
*Payment at the post office is by cash or bank draft. The voucher is issued at the bank at the time of payment. The fee voucher at the post office is limited to a payment for 100 passengers only. However, a "multi receipt" is possible, which means that a bank draft can be split into several terminals according to the above mentioned restrictions, up to 100 fees by a single voucher, while the number of issued vouchers varies accordingly.
Passengers exempt from a passage fee
Passengers holding a diplomatic passport, a passport with a diplomatic visa or a certificate confirming that they are:
UN representatives serving in UNTSO.
Representatives of the Multi National Force.
Representatives of the International Red Cross.
UNRWA officials included in the list approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Infants under 2 years of age.
Crews of public transport buses - driver and steward/stewardess.
Drivers of a commercial vehicle leaving Israel in a commercial vehicle, driven by them as part
of their job in transporting cargo to or from Israel.
Any person participating in a search and rescue mission, rendering medical assistance to
injured persons or in any other humanitarian activity.
Members of a government delegation, passing in order to perform their functions in the
negotiations between Israel and Jordan, and appearing on a list approved by the Ministry of