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Border Control Breakdown at Ben Gurion Airport

Border control computer problems led to chaos for returning Israelis. at Ben Gurion International Airport this week.

Ben Gurion Airport Hits Peak in Passenger Traffic

Approximately 70,000 passengers on 430 flights will have passed through Ben Gurion Airport by the end of Thursday, making it the busiest day of...

Flights Delayed Due to Strike at Ben Gurion Airport

Just as summer tourism heads into high gear, Ben Gurion Airport again faces a workers' strike.

Italy’s Busiest Airport Facing Summer Slowdown

Italy's busiest airport is about to slow down to 60 percent capacity, for repairs.

Weekend Bomb Threats Tail Flights to Northeastern US

Bomb threats hampered travel for six international flights to Boston, New York and New Jersey over US Memorial Day weekend.

Delta Plane Crash, Snowstorm Paralyze LaGuardia Airport in NYC

A plane crash and snow storm all but paralyzed LaGuardia International Airport in New York on Thursday; one runway opened the airport by evening.

Credible Bomb Threats Ground Two US Airliners in Atlanta, GA

F-16 fighter jets were scrambled to escort two US airliners faced with bomb threats as they headed to Atlanta airport Saturday afternoon.

El Al Reunites Parents of Lone Soldiers from ‘Protective Edge’ for Rosh Hashanah

An airlift of 21 flights from El- Al Airlines flying from 10 different international locations, are bringing parents of lone soldiers serving in the IDF to Israel.

ISIS Slaughters 450 Captured Syrian Soldiers Since Wednesday

Many of the Syrian soldiers were not armed when ISIS captured and then slaughtered them.

Israel-Gaza Cease Fire Talks Appear Deadlocked on Disarmament

Cease fire talks in Cairo appear deadlocked so far due to the issue of disarmament.

Report: FAA Backed Down After Israeli Threat to Ramp Up

Israel threatened to go disproportional on Gaza, if the FAA ban on US flights to Israel wasn't rescinded.

3 Rockets Fired at Metro Tel Aviv, Iron Dome Blocks All

Three missiles were intercepted by the Iron Dome anti-missile system over metropolitan Tel Aviv.

Missile Rocket Fire May Disrupt Commercial Flights

Missile fire may disrupt schedules in commercial flights at Ben Gurion International Airport, authority warns.

Negev Loses Airport Night Trains

Israel Railways is ending night train service to the Negev from Ben Gurion airport, 'not cost effective.'

New Runway Opens at Ben Gurion International Airport

Israel's Ben Gurion international airport is expanding with a 21st runway, just in time for the summer season.

Israel to Renew Flight to Turkey

After a half decade hiatus due to security disagreements, Israel is set to resume Israeli flights to Turkey in Summer 2014. Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz...

TSA and Customs Issue Etrog Travel Advisories

Travelers will be asked to open the container with the etrog and unwrap it for inspection by experts.

El Al Catches ‘Luggage Handlers’ Who Stole Passengers’ Valuables

El Al video cameras have caught seven baggage handlers at JFK airport who stole passengers' valuables, including cash, watches, computers and jewelry. The ariline became...

Northern Israel Airports to Remain Closed

The Haifa airport will remain closed overnight due to the rocket fire from Lebanon. Passengers returning from Eilat will instead land in Sde Dov in...

The Collective Jew

Three incidents have once again reinforced what I have known all my life.

IDF Re-Opens Eilat Airport Departures after Scare Warning

The IDF allowed departing flights to take off from Eilat's international airport Thursday night after ordering it closed for two hours, without any explanation...

Hezbollah Transferred $100,000 to Burgas Bombers Before Attack

Hezbollah transferred $100,000 to the men that are suspected of carrying out the Burgas airport bombing on July 18, 2012

July 4, Day of Operation Entebbe, Israel Upgrades Uganda Airport

July 4 is not only US Independence Day. It also is the anniversary of Operation Entebbe. An Israeli firm this week won a contract to return to Entebbe, ironically to upgrade its systems and security.

Leaving Israel – a First Impression

My first impression of leaving was tremendous pride - reinforced later when I landed in Rome Airport.

Obama Visit ‘Strangles’ Israel

Now on the Eve of Passover we should be remembering that our salvation will come only from God, not the President of the United States.

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