Jerusalem
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport

Everything you need to know before departing from or arriving to Tel Aviv Airport

Services at Tel Aviv Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 24. 9. 2023

Find out what services and facilities are available at Tel Aviv Airport. Where is the best place to eat and where to shop?

Search for the cheapest hotels in Tel Aviv

Internet and wi-fi

Usewi-fi for free and without time limit.

Don't delay buying a physical sim card upon arrival. Get an Israeli data e-sim quickly and easily at airalo.com.

Shops and supermarkets

There is no regular grocery store at Tel Aviv Airport.

The convenience stores are considerably larger after security, where you will come across large duty free shops, fashion, cosmetics or jewellery stores.

There are also several souvenir shops.

Restaurants

Restaurants are mainly located in the transit zone after security check. Facilities are poorer compared to similarly sized airports around the world and restaurants are often crowded at peak times.

There are more restaurants in Terminal 3, while Terminal 1 is only equipped with cafes. Fast-food McDonald's can be found in both terminals.

A list of all restaurants and shops is on the airport website.

Luggage storage

Luggage storage can be found at the Vineyard and Orchard short-term car parks on the ground floor of Terminal 3, in the form of automated lockers that are available 24/7. You can pay by card or cash and store your luggage for up to 31 days. Prices for 24-hour storage are as follows:

  • Small backpack: 120 ils
  • Medium suitcase: 280 ils
  • Large suitcase: 380 ils

Please visit the locker operator's website for details: adonlocker.co.il

ATMs and exchange offices

Only the Bank of Hapaolim operates currency exchange offices throughout the airport and the rates are similar to those of banks in the city. Exchange offices are open 24/7.

ATMs are also operated by Hapaolim Bank (Terminal 3) and Smart (Terminals 1 and 3).

Drinking water

At both terminals, after security checks, there are drinking fountains at all toilets from which you can draw free drinking water in your own bottle.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

Some of our links may be affiliate links from which we may earn a commission if you purchase the service. See our advertising policy page.