Ben Gurion Airport, Tel Aviv, District, Israel
Ben Gurion Airport, named after David Ben Gurion, is Israel’s main airport. It is located at the heart of the country, around 40 km from Jerusalem and 15 km from Tel Aviv.
The Airport is Israel’s gateway, and as such it serves its citizens who fly all over the world, as well as foreigners who visit the country. The Airport has two main terminals: Terminal 3 for international flights and Terminal 1 for domestic and low-cost international flights.
Ben Gurion Airport is a modern airport, equipped with state-of-the-art technological installations and operational facilities that meet international standards. The Airport is accessible to disabled passengers and provides passenger service and special VIP services at the highest level. The safety and security measures implemented at the Airport meet the highest global standards and air traffic safety is top priority.
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