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April 24, 2016 1:30 pm

Israel Issues Tender to Survey Locations for New International Airport

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A new international airport will supplement the Ben Gurion International Airport, pictured. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

A new international airport will supplement Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport, pictured. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

The Israel Airports Authority has issued a tender to survey possible locations for a new international airport to supplement the Ben Gurion International Airport.

The authority is worried that within the next few years, the Ben Gurion International Airport will be operating at full capacity, which is 20 million travelers a year, including domestic flights.

Read full story at Ynet.

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  • Eric R.

    Can’t they just extend the runway at Haifa and build a bigger terminal there?

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