Welcome to the Aviation Security Operations
The Security Department
of the Israeli Ministry of Transport
operates the Aviation Security Operations Center (ASOC)
to control the security
procedures for the arrival of aircraft into and through Israeli airspace. The
ASOC provides a primary coordination point for the multiple
security, defense civil aviation and government agencies involved in the implementation
of security measures for arriving aircrafts into and through TEL AVIV FIR.
functions as a 24/7 watch, employing well trained and experienced operations officers
who operate and maintain comprehensive watch capability in addition to processing
all types of security permit applications for arrival of aircrafts into and through
TEL AVIV FIR.
ISRAEL AIRSPACE SECURITY
GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFTS
General Aviation flights
must comply with three main security procedures:
1. Obtain a Security Arrival Permit.
3. Make first contact with
the appropriate ACC unit for identification purposes as detailed in the AIP-ISRAEL.
pilot in-command, shall neither send a Flight-Plan, nor depart to Israel before
receiving a Confirmation
Form to his application and submitting an Entry Code
Arrival Identification Procedure.
Operators and pilots are herein notified that sending flight plans without receiving
a Confirmation Form to the application and submission
of an Entry Code is strictly
prohibited. Such flight plans will be rejected and aircraft will be denied entry
to TEL AVIV FIR.
This website provides on-line submission
Getting Started: To submit your Security Arrival Permit
Application or ‘Entry Code’
or Israeli licensed pilot Advance Notification of Arrival,
please log in. The applicable on-line from will automatically prompt
upon logging in. Enter the relevant information page to learn how to recieve a valid username
Information supplied in this on-line form
will be securely transmitted to the ASOC for processing.
Click here to login