This is what the strike at Ben Gurion Airport will look like

Sunday's strike affects international and domestic flights schedules, as well as border crossings. Three flights are canceled.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Ben Gurion Airport
Ben Gurion Airport
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Ben Gurion International Airport and other Israeli airports will strike on Sunday between 8:00a.m. and 12:00p.m.

At 8:00, all departures will cease, and arrivals will not be handled. This will continue until 12:00p.m.

Three flights have been canceled: An Arkia flight to Larnaca, Cyprus; an Aeroflot flight to Moscow; and a Turkish Airlines flight. There will be thirteen departures between 5:00-6:00a.m., 27 departures between 6:00-7:00a.m, and 26 departures between 7:00-8:00a.m.

Twelve flights will arrive between 5:00-8:00a.m.

At 12:00p.m., security and check-in will reopen, and the first flight is expected to take off at 2:30p.m.

Domestic flights from Eilat and Sde Dov will begin running at 11:30a.m, with check-in beginning an hour and a half earlier.

Ovda Airport will strike between 8:00a.m. and 12:00p.m. Currently, twelve flights are scheduled to depart from and arrive at Ovda.

Border crossings between Israel and Jordan, and Israel and Egypt, will be closed between the hours of 8:00a.m. to 12:00p.m.

The airport and border strike is part of a larger country-wide strike in support of Teva Pharmaceuticals employees, 1,750 of whom are expected to be laid off in the next two years.