Israel Airports Authority

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Native name
Hebrew: רשות שדות התעופה בישראל
Arabic: سلطة المطارات في إسرائيل
Founded 1977 (1977) in Tel Aviv, Israel
Headquarters Ben Gurion International Airport, Ben Gurion Airport, Israel
Number of locations
  • Airports: 6
  • Border Terminals: 5
Area served
Israel
Key people
Eliezer Marom, Chairman
Parent Ministry of Transport and Road Safety
Website www.iaa.gov.il

The Israel Airports Authority (IAA, Hebrew: רשות שדות התעופה בישראל, Arabic: سلطة المطارات في إسرائيل‎‎ ) was founded in 1977 as a public corporation mandated by the Israel Airports Authority Law. The authority is responsible for the management of Israel's major civil airports and land-to-land border terminals between Israel and its neighbours (Egypt, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority). The authority's head office is on the grounds of Ben Gurion International Airport.[1] As of 2015, the authority is headed by Eli Marom.

Facilities[edit]

Airports[edit]

Border terminals[edit]

The Yitzhak Rabin Border Terminal

Egypt

Jordan

Palestinian Authority

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IAA Head Office." Israel Airports Authority. Retrieved on 6 March 2010.

External links[edit]

Official