Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport is located 20km (12 miles) southeast of Tel Aviv and 50km (31 miles) west of Jerusalem.
70100 Ben Gurion Airport
Dialling code: +972
Telephone: (03) 975 5555 or 975 6663
Lufthansa at the airport
At the airport
Lufthansa is located in Terminal 3.
Find out more about Lufthansa at the airport here
You can relax, take forty winks or get down to some work before your next flight in the Lufthansa and Star Alliance partner lounges at all major international airports.
To the loungefinder
How to get there
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport is situated just off Highway 1, which links Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. From central Tel Aviv, head southeast along Route 1 and turn off at the Shapirim Interchange.
A train service (tel: (03) 611 7000; www.rail.co.il) links Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport’s Terminal 3 and central Tel Aviv, operating from 0100 to 2300 (journey time: 15 minutes; fare: ₪15).
Bus services are operated by the Egged Co-operative (tel: (03) 694 8888; www.egged.co.il/eng). The company runs bus 5 to the nearby El Al Junction on Highway 40. From here, buses link to Jerusalem (buses 423, 930, 943, 947 and 950) and Haifa (bus 947), among other destinations. Bus stops are located outside Terminal 1, opposite entrance gate 7.; while in Terminal 3, buses and taxis are located at gates 21 and 23 on level 2.
Taxi ranks and counters are located on level G of Terminal 3. Hadar Lod Taxis (tel: (03) 971 1103) operates to all destinations; Nesher Tours (tel: (02) 622 2553; www.neshertours.co.il) runs a shared taxi service between the airport and Jerusalem; while Amal (tel: (04) 866 2324) provides a shared-ride service to Haifa. The taxi fare to central Tel Aviv is around ₪150.
There are short-term car parks at the entrances to Terminals 1 and 3. Long-term car parking is at a remote location and is clearly signposted – a shuttle bus links the long-term parking areas to Terminal 3. A new long-term car park has also recently opened located close to Terminal 3, with space for 750 cars, 500 of which are under shelter. There is an automated service in English (tel: (03) 972 3333) for further information.