I know that travelling with multiple passports has been covered extensively, and that the general rule is that when in one of your countries of citizenship, you present security with that country’s passport, and you just show the airline staff the other passport.
I am an Israeli citizen, but hold other nationalities. I will be flying directly from Ben Gurion to one of my other countries of citizenship. Thus, I must check in using my foreign passport. Unfortunately this passport has a number of stamps that could lead to my being severely harassed by Israeli security.
Thus, I would like to know if I am required to present both passports when getting interviewed before the ticket counter, or if the ticket counter people do not check to see if you have a clearance sticker on the back of your passport, and only check for the tag on your luggage (or if they will accept an Israeli passport with a sticker and a check-in using another passport). I could obviously use my Israeli passport with the interview-clearance sticker when approaching the immigration exit gate, and then my other passport when boarding the plane. Given Israel’s unique airport security system, is this allowed and possible? Or am I required to present both passports to the interviewer?