Good news for passengers: after a seven-month hiatus, Terminal 1 in Israel returned to full operation. On Monday, May 27, the terminal started serving domestic flights, and on the night between Saturday and Sunday, June 2, it will also return to international operations.

The reopening of Terminal 1 will help deal with the increasing congestion in the airport, and will allow passengers a wider variety of flight options. The Airports Authority has worked hard in recent months to prepare the terminal for reopening, and it promises passengers a comfortable and efficient experience.

Arkia was the first to inaugurate the renovated Terminal 1 in Israel, with the first flight to Eilat departing on Monday, May 27, at 6:30 in the morning. The reopening of Terminal 1 allows passengers a wider variety of flight options. In addition to Arkia, it is expected to operate from the terminal 1 Also the following companies: El Al, Israir, Wizz Air, Ryanair, Transavia France and more.

More companies are expected to join in the future, and it is recommended to keep up to date on the websites of the airlines or the airport authority website for accurate information.