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Ben Gurion’s renovated Terminal 1 inaugurated

Ben Gurion’s renovated Terminal 1 inaugurated

The renovated Terminal 1 at Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport was inaugurated today. International low-cost airlines will use the terminal. Check-in security checks and boarding will now take place at the terminal, and low-cost passengers will not be brought to Terminal 3. Projected passenger traffic through the terminal is 1.4 million passengers a year (in one direction, because all landings will still take place at Terminal 3). Terminal 1, the older terminal, built in 1937 (then called Wilhelma Airport) has been redesigned in the style of the early days of the state, with retro elements and statues of prominent persons such as Prime Ministers David Ben Gurion and Menachem Begin.
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