Ben Gurion Airport

Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport or Ben Gurion Airport (Hebrew: Namal HaTe’ufa Ben Guryon, Arabic: ma?ar Ben Ghuryon ad-dawli) (IATA: TLV, ICAO: LLBG), historically known as Lydda Airport and sometimes referred to today by its Hebrew acronym Natbag, is the largest and busiest international airport in Israel.

It was known as Lod Airport from 1948 until 1973, when the name was changed to honor Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben Gurion. Because of its proximity to Tel Aviv and its location within the metropolitan area of Tel Aviv, Ben-Gurion International Airport is often refered to as Tel Aviv International Airport.

Destinations Private Shared
Ramallah $200
Akko $350
Allenby Bridge (King Hussein Bridge) $260
Banias $480
Bethlehem $150
Beit She'an/ Bisan $260
Caesarea Maritima $160
Dead Sea Northern Part $260
Eilat $480
Ein Bokek / Ein Gedi $370
Haifa $205
Hebron $190
Jaffa $100
Jericho $240
Jerusalem $140
Nablus $210
Nazareth $260
Sebastia $310
Sheikh Hussein Bridge $260
Tel Aviv City $90
Tiberias $210
Jericho $260
Allenby Bridge (King Hussein Bridge) $240
Banias $460
Beit She'an/ Bisan $240
Bethlehem $130
Caesarea Maritima $140
Dead Sea Northern Part $240
Eilat $460
Ein Bokek / Ein Gedi $350
Haifa $185
Hebron $170
Jaffa $80
Jerusalem $120
Nablus $190
Nazareth $240
Ramallah $190
Sebastia $300
Sheikh Hussein Bridge $240
Tel Aviv City $70
Tiberias $190