For 2.8 billion dollars, Israel has got itself a new airport.
The rumskibslignende Ilan and Asaf Ramon International Airport is located in the Negev desert near Eilat in southern Israel and will serve the many guests in the resort - among other things, with flights from the SAS.
While the airport - besides its futuristic looks - reminiscent of most airports around the world, so has Ilan and Asaf Ramon International Airport a very special feature.
according to local media, the world's highest anti-missile shield on the whole 25 meters.
It writes the Daily Mail.
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the Airport was taken into use on 21. January. Photo Ritzau Scanpix/Amir Cohen
the Airport spreads over five square kilometers and with its location in the Negev desert, it is not far from the Gaza strip.
This is precisely why the israelis have deemed it to be necessary to build a large anti-missile shield over the airport.
It should in fact protect against possible terrorist attacks, since there regularly from both sides gets fired missiles across the border between Gaza and Israel.
Ilan and Asaf Ramon International Airport is named after Ilan Ramon, the first and only israeli astronaut, and opened on 21. January as a replacement for the Eilat City Airport and Ovda Airport.
Airlines such as Ryanair, Wizz Air, Easyjet, Finnair and scandinavian SAS will start flights to the new airport.
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