The Jerusalem Metro and Airports Authority (MAGA) are the official authority of WestJet, and it has the exclusive right to operate the front gates at the terminals.
Maga does not control ticket sales or booking for international airlines.
The front gates were added to the WestJet website in 2016 to prevent fraud.
The agency is responsible for issuing tickets and ensuring that passengers can board the aircraft.
The authority does not have the authority to regulate tickets or charge fare, although it does have the right to issue travel insurance and make arrangements for the passenger to return to the terminal.
The front gates, which are located at the terminal entrance and have a capacity of 200 people, are located just outside the terminal gates.
The gates are opened by a staff member.
The first thing the front-gates staff do when entering the terminal is to open the gates.
After the gate opens, they open the back gates and wait until the gates have been opened.
If the gate is not opened within a certain amount of time, the staff will immediately close the gates and begin the journey to the airport.
When the doors are opened and passengers are on board, they are directed to the rear gate, where they wait for the arrival of other passengers and staff.
The process is repeated for each passenger.
The WestJet ticket vending machine at the back of the terminal in New York, March 24, 2018.
MagnaWestJet has its own security team, and a front-gate security guard patrols the terminal and the gates in the event of a threat to the security of Westjet.
Magra is also responsible for providing ticketing services for international flights and flights departing from WestJet terminals.
When it comes to ticket sales, Magna operates ticket vending machines at all WestJet terminal gates and in the main terminal area.
WestJet does not provide any security for its ticket vending areas.
It is only open to passengers who purchase tickets through the frontgate.
A WestJet representative can only tell the passenger if there is a threat of fraud or if they have a ticket for another airline.
Magca does not maintain any database or log any information of the passengers who purchased tickets through its front gate.
Magana maintains the passenger information on its website.
The Magna representative at the entrance to the front entrance of the Westjet terminal in Dubai, March 27, 2018