Get your trip off to a flying start with 6E at the Ben Gurion International Airport. From check-in details to airport facilities for departures and onward travel information for arrivals, don't stress - we've got it all covered.
Popularly known as the White City, Tel Aviv is a vibrant place that offers mesmerising sights, such as glimmering beaches to colourful markets. Take a deep dive into the city’s architectural history by visiting some of its magnificent monuments to name a few the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Neve Tzedek Quarter, HaBima Square, Eretz Israel Museum, etc. Not only this, from fashionable people to historic buildings, the city has a lot for you to explore.
For the full lowdown on how to make every day amazing when you get there, you can find all the insider inspiration you need in our Tel Aviv destination guide.
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The airport’s three runways are spread over an area of 5,840ft, 11,998ft and 3,657m respectively and is used by commercial, private and military aircraft.
The Ben Gurion Airport features two main terminals: Terminal 3 and terminal 1, wherein terminal 1 is for domestic and low-cost international flights and terminal 3 is for international flights.
Apart from the above, terminal 1 structures food and beverage vending machine, cafeteria, nappy changing area, machine for calling cards, as well as public phone booths.
Terminal 1 also features a branch of Yahav Bank that offers bank and currency change services during their working hours.
The airport is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and operational facility to meet international standards.
While you wait at the Ben Gurion International Airport, spend your time:
If you’re an Indian passport holder travelling to Tel Aviv, then you have to apply for Schengen visa online with the documents required. The Schengen is a short stay visa issued to visit the Schengen countries; the visa is issued to tourists that are planning to visit their friends, family or other non-business trips for up to 90 days from the date of entry.
Your visit can be either continuous or several, depending upon the visa type; single entry or multiple entry. Another essential point to consider while applying for the visa is that your passport should be valid for 6 months prior to your travel date.
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