meeting others arriving at different times
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ATM card compatibility
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Able to move freely between Concourse B and C
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currency exchange costs
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TLV Airport is located in the city of Lod, 15 km southeast of Tel Aviv, off Highway 1 (the main Jerusalem - Tel Aviv Highway), and Highway 40 (near the city of Lod). The Airport is quickly accessible by train from Tel Aviv’s Savidor Central Railway Station, arriving on the lower level of the Airport’s Terminal 3.
With three runways and 17.9 million passengers in 2016, Ben Gurion International Airport is hub to Israel's main carrier El Al, and to Israir and Arkia Israel, and is served by numerous international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.
At present, Ben Gurion Airport has two operational passenger terminals - T1 and T3 - operated by an advanced security system. For Terminal details at this site open ‘Terminal Map’ and scroll down to the text; for ground transportation open: ‘Ground Transportation /Buses & Trains.
Current and future Airport Developments: Terminal 3 is to get a fourth concourse - Concourse E - with 8 air bridges and 8 parking stands for wide-body aircraft. The 17,000 sq.meter concourse is to house a passenger lounge and some cafes & shops. Considerable additional infrastructure work is part of the current upgade & expansion plan (among them 8 parking stands for wide-bodied and 12 for narrow-bodied aircraft; 25 additional baggage sorting bins, feed lines for baggage, taxiway work, adding aircraft parking stands, and more). It is intended to adapt construction work according to passenger growth.
Ben-Aurion Airport, 70100
Phone: +972 3 9752386