About Tel Aviv Airport (TLV)
Simply referred to as Tel Aviv Airport or Natbag, Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) is Israel’s largest international airport. Located approximately 19 km southeast of Tel Aviv, the airport serves as a hub for Israir Airlines, Sun D’Or, El Al and Arkia. Operated by Israel Airports Authority, Ben Gurion Airport is known for its high-security level and the amenities it offers to enhance the passenger experience. Presently, there are two terminals at the airport – Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 (Terminal 2 no longer exists). While Terminal 1 is used for domestic flights, Terminal 3 handles international flights.
Amenities Offered at Tel Aviv Airport
Tel Aviv Airport offers excellent facilities to ensure a comfortable stay for its passengers.
Money and Communication
Banks and currency exchange facilities are available in Terminal 3 while ATMs are located in both Terminals 1 and 3. Free Wi-Fi is available in Terminal 3 and public telephones are found throughout the airport.
Retailers including souvenir outlets, fashion boutiques, and electronics stores are located in Terminal 3. Duty-free shops can be found in the departures areas of both Terminals 1 and 3.
The airport offers full-service restaurants, fast-food outlets, cafés and bakeries in both the terminals.
Terminal 3 has King David Lounge that provides newspapers and internet kiosks. There are dedicated lounges for first-class and business-class passengers.
Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt, Dollar and Thrifty have 24-hour desks located in the arrivals hall of Terminal 3 .