Ben Gurion Airport Renovation – Ben Gurion Airport is set to undergo a major overhaul in 2019 that will see it become a more user-friendly airport and will cut down on long waiting lines during check-in. The changes will include six new baggage and security check booths in Terminal Three, a doubling of the capacity and use of Terminal One for short distance flights, common check-in stations that will allow passengers to check in to different airlines at the same station and added self-check-in booths. Additionally, the V.I.P. Lounges are also expected to be redone to raise the comfort level of the passengers. Ben Gurion Airport is expecting to see 25 million travelers pass through its halls in 2019, thus qualifying it in the “Large Airport” category.
- Ramon Airport – Known as a popular resort town for European travelers, Eilat is becoming a more accessible destination thanks to the new Ramon Airport, slated to open in 2019. This airport will replace the two existing nearby hubs, Eilat City Airport and Ovda Airport, creating an impressive new international gateway to Southern Israel and the Red Sea.
- Dizengoff Square Renovation – For 40 years Dizengoff Square, in the heart of the White City district, has been elevated above the street – preferring traffic over people. This year the square has undergone a major construction project lowering it to street level and making the whole area more pedestrian friendly. The renovation will be finished in 2019.