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[Airports Authority (Israel)] 2:3
image by Chen Zukerman and Dov Gutterman

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Yesterday's reports on Spanish TV showed a building, possibly a frontier checkpoint or similar, flying three flags: the Israeli, the Lebanese and a third flag which was white with a dark blue (maybe black?) logo in the centre. This was about a third or a fourth of the flag's height, and looked like two or three elements (maybe Hebrew character(s)) combined in a squarish form. Maybe it was some kind of frontier authority flag.
Santiago Dotor
, 24 May 2000

It was the Airports Authority flag. The Airports Authority is responsible for civil airports and all border crossings around Israel. All land, maritime and air border crossings are under their jurisdiction.
Dov Gutterman
, 24 May 2000

The flag is 2:3 with the emblem about a third of the flag length, situated in the upper part of the flag, making space for the inscription below. Image of the logo here.
Dov Gutterman
, 5-6 July 2001

Israel Airports Authority operates Israel civil airports or air terminals of Ben Gurion International, Elat, Uvda, Rosh Pina, Herzliyya and Dov Hoz (Tel Aviv) as well the border crosses of Nitzana Egypt), Taba (Egypt), Alenbi (Jordan), Ne'har HaYarden (Jordan), Yitzhaq Rabin (near Elat, Jordan) and Karni (Gaza Strip).
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Dov Gutterman, 5 July 2007

IAA has a new flag as seen above.
Chen Zukerman, 8 August 2007

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image by Dov Gutterman