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The new international Airport in Tel Aviv - Israel

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There it is guys, November 2004 is the final opening date of the biggest and most ambitious project ever built in Israel, billions were spent in order to complete what is supposed to be a master piece!

Everything is finally ready and in less than 5 months well be using it ;) ....enjoy the pics!

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I found these great photos in a forum - taken by a guy who calls him self Kartman .

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I really like the water feature in the center of the hall, and the columns design is also really nice .

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More Pictures at - http://www.hnn.co.il/

Thanx to Telavivi & RoM! :)

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mmmmm...

Strange ariel picture of the airside building from PremaVera. Has it been altered?

I remember the new airside bulding only having 3 concourses (B, C & D) from which you can board an airplane. Not 5 as in the picture.

I must say I do like the new terminal building, especialy the waterfall in the airside building and the extra space. But I do miss the old termianl 1 :(

Ste

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Shalom PrimaVera,

Toda (Thanks) for the great photos of Natbag (Ben-Guiron Airport).

Do you remember I asked you about the aerial picture of the airside building. Your picture had 5 airside concourses and I could only remember 3 (B,C & D) when using the airport.

Anyway, I was doing a bit research and found out something interesting.

The airport currently has capacity for 10 million passenger per year. If the need arrives they will be able to increase this figure to 16 million by adding 2 new airside concourses. Presumably named A & E and bulit on the land avaliable between concourses B & D and the link between the airside and landside buildings as your pictures shows.

Ste.

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