Tel Aviv airport information

General information about Tel Aviv airport

Ben Gurion airport is the primary international airport in Israel located 10 km southeast of Tel Aviv. The airport was built in 1936, and its name was changed from Lod to Ben Gurion International Airport in 1973 to honour Israel's first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion. The airport was reconstructed and expanded many times, and nowadays it is one of the best airports in the region rated the best in the Middle East for its passenger experience and high level of security. The airport has four terminals and three runways, and offers all kinds of services and flights to any part of the world. There are many duty-free shops, restaurants and a shopping mall open 24 hours a day here. To get from the airport to the city is easy: just take a train, a scheduled bus or a taxi.

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Oct 1, 2017