Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport is located 15 kilometers southeast of Tel Aviv and 50 kilometers from Jerusalem. It's the largest and most important airport in Israel. Tel Aviv handles 9 million passengers annually. The airport is named after Israel's first prime minister: David Ben Gurion, but it's usually called Natbag. There are three terminals, which are interconnected by a free shuttle.
The airport has an excellent rail connection to Tel Aviv. Trains depart every 20 minutes, except during the Sabbath. There is no hotel at the airport, but you will find several hotels near Ben Gurion Airport.
There is a wide range of shops and restaurants. For foreign businessmen there is a special service, which gets you quickly through the security checks. There are several lounges with various business facilities. The terminals have banks, exchange offices and ATMs. There are two synagogues and several medical centers at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport.
In the aviation industry Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport is indicated by the abbreviations TLV (IATA airport code) and LLBG (ICAO airport code).
Link to the official website of Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport.