Airport & Transportation
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport
Ben Gurion Airport is Israel’s international airport. It is located in the city of Lod, 15 kilometers southeast of Tel Aviv.
Ben Gurion Airport is known as one of the finest airports in the Middle East, thanks to its high security standards,
unique facilities and overall passenger experience.
Ben Gurion Airport has two main passenger terminals, operated by the Israel Airports Authority:
Terminal 1 is used mainly for domestic flights as well as certain low cost international flights.
Terminal 3 essentially serves international flights, with 30 gates and a capacity of more than 10 million passengers.
Transportation from the Airport
Public Transportation – Public transportation services are located in the three- storey bridge on the second floor
next to Gates 21 and 23.
Special Transportation – A number of companies have offices at BGN and provide special transportation services
from the airport to various areas throughout the country.
Car Rental – The car rental company counters are located on the first floor of the East Gallery in the Greeters’ Hall.
The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Taxis – Taxi services are regulated and the cab agencies at BGN operate under permission.
Trains – The train station is located on Level S of the Landside Building, next to the Greeters’ Hall.
For train schedules and more information, please see http://www.rail.co.il/EN/Pages/Homepage.aspx
Transportation to the Conference Venue
The Tel Aviv Convention Center– Rokach Blvd 101, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Ayalon Darom: For those arriving from the north, exit left at the Rokach interchange
Ayalon Darom: For those arriving from the south, exit right at the Rokach interchange
Take the exit at the Convention Center interchange and follow the signs
By Public Transportation:
Train- “Israel railways” (“Rakevet Yisrael”-in Hebrew) – The University train station is near
the Tel Aviv Convention Center – Israel railways website
Egged – Bus number 521 – Egged website
Dan – Buses numbers 12, 22, 40, 89, 189, and 389 – Dan website
Metropolin – Buses numbers 47, 48, and 247 from Tel Aviv center and Raanana/Kefar Saba/Herzliya/
Ramat Ha’Sharon – Metropolin website
Kavim – Bus number 137 – Kavim website
Transportation to the Gala Evening
Hangar 11, Tel Aviv Port
For those arriving from the North: From Rokach Boulevard exit west towards the port area, then turn right at Yordei Hasira St.
For those arriving from the West: From Yarkon St. to the Reading parking lot, make a U- turn back onto Rokach Boulevard
and exit right at Yordei Hasira St.
By Public Transportation:
Train: “Israel railways” (“Rakevet Yisrael”-in Hebrew) – get off at the University train station
and take a bus to Hangar 11 – Israel railways website
Egged – Bus number 174 – Egged website
Dan – Buses numbers 4 and 9 – Dan website
Kavim – Bus number 55 – Kavim website