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Fees and tariffs:
The Airports Authority Regulations (Border Terminal Fees) 1994, oblige payment of transit fees for outgoing passengers. The tariffs are in NIS and are updated annually (on January 1) linked to the consumer price index.
Commercial vehicle owners departing the terminal with cargo that is not personal baggage are obliged to pay a fee.

Fee Rates for Crossing Land Border Terminals 2024

The fee can be paid:
- By credit card on the website of Milgam Municipal Services.
At the branch of the financial operator working at the terminal (Milgam Co.) with an extra counter commission of NIS 6.
- At all branches of the Israel Postal Bank with no extra commission.* The voucher purchased at the Postal Bank must be cashed into tolls at Milgam’s branch at the terminal.
* Payment at the Postal Bank is in cash or by wire transfer. The stub is issued at the bank branch when the payment is made. The fee stub at the Postal Bank is limited to payment for up to 100 passengers only. However, you can make a “multi-receipt” – namely, one bank draft for a payment split into several installments according to the above restriction, up to 100 fees per one stub and the respective number of stubs.


  • It is mandatory to state the departure and return dates.
  • Passage to Jordan will be possible only if transit fees were purchased for the outgoing date.
  • It is not possible to change dates for transit fees already purchased.

For payment on the Milgam website - click here

Please contact the Milgam company for any question or fault when purchasing the transit fees:
Tel: 08-8530097

Fee Rates for Crossing Land Border Terminals on January 1, 2020.
Fee Rates for Crossing Land Border Terminals on January 1, 2021.

Travelers exempt from payment of the border crossing fee:
A traveler bearing a diplomatic passport, or a passport stamped with a diplomatic visa and a card issued by the Protocol Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
A traveler bearing a certificate confirming they are:
 - A UN employee serving in the UNTSO.
 - A member of the Multinational Force.
 - A member of the International Red Cross.
 - An official of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) appearing on a list approved for this purpose by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
 - An infant under the age of two.
 - The driver of a taxi/minibus/public transport bus during the performance of their function transporting travelers from Israel or in order to bring travelers to Israel.
 - A driver of a commercial vehicle leaving Israel in a commercial vehicle, which they are driving as part of their job in transporting cargo to or from Israel.
 - Any person participating in a search and rescue mission, providing medical assistance to injured persons or other humanitarian activity.
- The holder of a passport/IID travel certificate issued in accordance with the agreement between Israel and the Palestinians (28.9.95).