The safety and well-being of passengers and crews are our top priority. Since the minimum distances in the cabin cannot always be maintained‚ all passengers aged six years and older as well as all crew members must wear a facemask that covers the nose and mouth at the airport (ages 7 years and older)‚ and on board the aircraft (ages 6 years and older). Passengers must stay at least 2 meters from people who are not same household members. Passengers must practice hygiene‚ which includes washing hands with sanitizers.
A COVID-19 PCR test must be taken within 72 hours prior to the scheduled departure time. This does not apply to holders of Israeli vaccination or recovery certificates.
Passenger must submit an online outbound passenger statement form (which includes a personal information form and a health declaration) within 24 hours before the scheduled time of departure.
Passengers must print out the clearance and take it to the airport to show it to the relevant officials. Passengers must keep the clearance until arriving in destination.
Entry to airport will be allowed only to those who present a valid plane ticket and clearance issued by Israel Ministry of Health.
Body temperature will be screened before entering airport premises.
People with symptoms such as fever‚ shortness of breath‚ or loss of taste and smell will not be allowed to enter the airport premises.