A Channel 13 report concentrating on the trials and tribulations of flying during the pandemic and how Ben Gurion Global Airport has taken care of the new difficulties gave viewers a peek into the airport’s distinctive VIP location — the Fattal Terminal.
All those who are ready the shell out the $460 price for every stop by get accessibility to a spacious, sleekly designed area, with pleasant personnel associates and coffee, treats and champagne on tap.
Individualized airport expert services are delivered, such as protection checks, passport command and baggage claim.
There are also showers, a cigar area and duty no cost outlets, and — for an more $560 — a personal home can be organized.
Travellers are pushed on to the tarmac to and from their plane in a motor vehicle presented by the airport.
“People never even have to have to give their genuine name,” for their time at the terminal, claims Shani Shiferman, director of Fattal Terminal. “Sometimes we use a pseudonym agreed upon beforehand.”