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Notifications And Updates

  1. Israel Railways Operations - Daylight Saving Time

    For the general public's information,

    Following the start of daylight saving time on March 29, 2024, changes will be made to train schedules at Ben Gurion International Airport Station on weekends.

    For more information on train schedules, visit the Israel Railways app or website.

    To visit the Israel Railways website - click here. 

  2. Northbound Rail Service from Ben Gurion International Airport Starting 30.03.24

    For the information of the general public,

    Starting 30.03.2024, Israel Railways will begin operating a northbound rail service.

    The service will operate in a one train per hour format in both directions: Nahariya-Ben Gurion International Airport-Nahariya

    The trains will stop at the following stations: Tel Aviv Savidor, Netanya, Hadera West, Binyamina, Haifa Hof HaCarmel, Haifa Center, Kiryat Motzkin, Acre and Nahariya.

    For train schedules, access the Israel Railways website. For the Israel Railway website - click here.

    Important: The rail service to Jerusalem will continue operating unchanged.

  3. Designated Security Sector for Passengers Carrying Only Carry-On Baggage and Holding a Boarding Pass

    For the passenger public’s information,

    Passengers carrying only carry-on baggage who checked in online (web check-in) and have a boarding pass either as a printout or on their mobile phone may go through the designated security sector - Sector W.

    Passengers going through that sector will have their other required travel documents checked at the boarding gate by the airline.

    Please note: Passengers with hand luggage only who have checked in online (Web Check-In) and have a boarding pass (either a printout or on their mobile phone) and whose flight departs from Terminal 1 will arrive at Security Check Area A in Terminal 1 and will then go up to the hand luggage inspection and border control area.

    Please note: Some airlines do not allow web check-in or do not issue a boarding pass. Passengers with such airlines will go through the ordinary security sector assigned to their airline.