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Tel Aviv Airport

Tel Aviv Airport also known as Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport is the busiest and the largest airport in Israel. Named after Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben Gurion, the airport is a major hub for domestic flights. It is a hub for airlines like Israelian Airlines, El Al, Arkia, Sun D’Or, Israir.

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Ben Gurion Airport Address
7015001
Israel


Enquiries Number: 972 3-975-5555

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Ben Gurion International Airport, tel-aviv-yafo

Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV Airport), commonly known as Tel Aviv Airport, is located 19 km southeast of Tel Aviv. It is the main international airport of Tel Aviv and the busiest airport in the country. It has been named after David Ben Gurion, who was the first prime minister of Israel. The airport was built in 1936, mainly for military purposes. It handled approximately 18 million passengers in 2016, making it the 48th busiest airport in Asia.

Terminals Trivia

Currently, only two terminals are operative at the Tel Aviv Airport – Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Terminal 1 mainly handles international low cost and domestic departures. Renovations are being done to make this terminal self-sufficient. Terminal 3 which opened in 2004 replaced Terminal 1 as the main international gateway to Israel. The new terminal was built to handle 10 million passengers. But, with the addition of two concourses, it can handle 16 million passengers annually. Terminal 3 has a total of 30 gates distributed among the 3 concourses, B, C, and D.

Shop, Eat, and Relax

Terminal 3 is currently the main terminal in Tel Aviv Airport. A variety of cafes, duty-free shops, and restaurants are available in this area. Other facilities include free Wi-Fi, banking facilities, transit hall for connecting passengers, and a desk for VAT refunds. There are 3 business lounges - the exclusive El Al King David Lounge for frequent fliers and two Dan lounges for privileged or paying passengers.

Transport Facilities

Rail – The Airport Railway Station is located at the lower level of Terminal 3.

Inter-city bus lines, limousine, and private shuttle services are available at the airport. On Shabbat, when there is no train service, shared shuttle services are available from the airport to Tel Aviv hotels. The airport has over 11000 parking spaces for short as well as long term parking. The long-term parking area is located several km away and is accessed by free shuttle buses. A number of car rental companies such as Avis, Thrifty, Hertz, Budget, Eldan, and Shlomo Sixt are located at the airport.

Are you looking for a place to stay?

There are plenty of hotels available in the area surrounding the airport. If you are looking for luxury hotels, your options include Isrotel Tower Hotel, Cinema Hotel Tel Aviv, and the Norman Tel Aviv. Some of the budget hotel options include Central Hotel, Sea Side Hotel, and Sun City Hotel. If you want to stay in a place which is away from the city bustle, you can opt for Hashimi Hotel or Little House in Rechavia.

Explore Tel Aviv!

Tel Aviv is located in the Mediterranean coastline and is the second largest city in Israel. It is home to various architectural styles. Visit Eretz Israel Museum and view its collection of archaeology and history. You can pay a visit to Beth Hatefutsoth, which is a museum of international Jewish diaspora. The beautiful beach side of Tayelet, Frishman Beach, and Jerusalem Beach are perfect for a stroll along the waters. Nightlife is wonderful in this city. Visit the old city of Jaffa, which is full of history and culture.

FAQs

Q. What are the most popular airlines that operate from Tel Aviv Airport?
A. El Al, Israir Airlines, Arkia, and Sun D’Or are the most popular airlines that operate from Tel Aviv Airport.

Q. Which are the cheap flights that operate from Tel Aviv Airport?
A. El Al and EasyJet are the cheap flights that operate from Tel Aviv Airport.

Q. What is the airport code for Tel Aviv Airport?
A. The airport code for Tel Aviv Airport is TLV.

Q. Which is the most frequent international route from Tel Aviv Airport? 
A. Frankfurt and Amsterdam are the most frequent international routes from Tel Aviv airport.

Q. Which is the first flight from Tel Aviv Airport?
A. The first flight from Tel Aviv Airport is Delta 469 to New York at 12:15 AM.

Q. Which is the last flight from Tel Aviv Airport?
A. The last flight to depart from Tel Aviv Airport is Tus Airways 1107 to Larnaca at 11:55 PM.

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