Ben-Gurion Airport Baggage Malfunction Causes Travel Disruption

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Dozens of flights were severely delayed at Ben-Gurion Airport on Monday as a baggage handling system malfunction prevented the sorting and loading of suitcases onto departing airplanes.

The malfunction affected Ben-Gurion’s Terminal 3, the largest of the airport’s two passenger terminals, at the peak of the summer travel season.

An expected 2.8 million passengers are expected to pass through the airport during August, with 90,000 due to depart and arrive on Monday alone.

Read more at JPOST.

{Matzav.com}

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