The list of airlines that will allow check-in from Haifa is expanding

Posted on Jul 29, 2022 by Ifi Reporter

The list of airlines that will allow check-in from Haifa is expanding: the Airports Authority announced today that starting next month, pre-flight service from Haifa will also be possible for Turkish Airlines and Pegasus flights, after check-in for El Al flights began operating on July 17. The Airport Authority promises that soon this service will be possible in Tel Aviv as well, although there is no target date yet.
The new service is being launched in an attempt to try to alleviate the congestion and crowding that characterizes Israel last summer. The service allows you to arrive at Haifa Airport and complete the security check and the check-in procedure for the flight, including handing over a suitcase. One family member can bring the luggage of all family members - and he must present their passports on the spot. The next day, the passengers will arrive at Complex W in the airport just two hours before the flight, and from there they will proceed straight to the duty-free halls and board the plane.
This summer is particularly crowded in Israel, and according to estimates, about 2 million passengers on international flights will pass through the airport in July alone. In August, preparations are being made for 2.3 million passengers on international flights. According to the Israel Defense Forces, the leading destinations in July were Turkey, Greece, the USA B, Italy, and France. The airlines that issued the most flights in July were El Al, Turkish Airlines, wisair, Ryanair, Israir, and Arkia.


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