Tel Aviv Airport Informational Guide to Ben Gurion Airport -TLV - Non Official

Tel Aviv Airport Terminal 1

Tel Aviv Airport Terminal 1 used to be the main building at Tel Aviv Airport until the opening of Terminal 3. Nowadays, it handles all domestic flights, including some international operations.

Its public halls have a Land-of-Israel character with walls painted in the colours of Israel’s Judean, Jerusalem and Galilee mountains. The Departure Hall has an atmosphere of vacation and leisure, whilst the Arrivals Hall has a more urban theme as passengers return back to the city.

Terminal 1 Ben Gurion just has a single level facility.

Facilities include security checkpoint, check-in hall, departures, arrivals and greeters’ halls.

 

Services

- ATMs
- Baby care facilities
- Public phone
- Selling call cards machine
- Cafeteria
- Automatic vending machines
- Banking facilities

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lounges

Fattal Terminal: Terminal 1. From first to last departure. Services: Premium food, Snacks, Alcoholic drinks, Wi-Fi, Showers, Flight monitors, Newspapers, Magazines, TV, Smoking area.

Private rooms and conference rooms are available upon payment.

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