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Airport Overview

​​​Haifa Airport, also known as U. Michaeli Airport and named after Uri Michaeli (1900-1976), was established in 1934. The airport is located at the eastern entrance to the city of Haifa, adjacent to the Kishon River and Israel Shipyards. 

In 1998, a new and innovative terminal was opened at the airport.

  • In 2014, the new northern entrance to the terminal was opened.
  • In 2016, the construction of a new parking space for light aircraft on the east side of the airport is scheduled to be completed.
  • There are two companies operating in the airport: Lahak Aviation and FNA

The terminal is open for service for passengers from 06:30 AM.

Airport activity hours:

  • Sundays, Thursdays: 08:00—22:00.
  • Mondays, Tuesdays and ​Wednesdays 08:00-20:00.​
  • Fridays and holiday eves: 07:00-19:00.
  • Saturdays and holidays: 08:00-23:00.

Flight requests outside of the usual activity hours should be submitted to the airport management at least 24 hours in advance.

*Since the closure of the main National A/Ps Sde-Dov in Tel Aviv and Eilat (Herzelia is next to be closed), Haifa A/P is not operational for commercial flights.

IAA - Haifa Airport

Wikipedia - Haifa Airport

Wikipedia - List of airports in Israel

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Israel

Province or District


Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Haifa

3 km

Airport’s Complete Name

Haifa Airport

Latitude

32°48′34″N

Longitude

35°02′35″E

Elevation (ft and m)

28 ft / 9 m

IATA Code

HFA

ICAO Code

LLHA

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Israel Airport Authority

Management Contact Person

N/A

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

NO

Runway

Runway

Runway Dimensions

1326 m X 30 m

Runway Orientation


Runway Surface

Asphalt

Runway Condition

Good