TelAvivAirportCarRental.com offers competitive car rental service and rates at Tel Aviv Airport and Israel.
Ben Gurion International Airport is the largest and busiest international airport in Israel, with over 11.5 million passengers in 2008. In December 2006, Ben Gurion International Airport ranked first among 40 European airports and 8th out of 77 airports in the world, in a survey, conducted by Airports Council International, to determine the most customer-friendly airport. The airport is located near Highway 1, the main Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Highway and Highway 40. Ben Gurion International Airport is considered one of the world’s most secure airports, with a security force that includes both police officers and IDF soldiers. The airport has been remodeled in the past years and now includes a new terminal equipped with all the technological improvements available. As you would expect, immigration at Tel Aviv can take a very long time, with lengthy security measures, including interrogation of all non-Israelis. Check in lines can be avoided with night-before check in. You can get almost anything you could need in the airport shops; airport facilities include banks and currency exchange, ATMs, a post office, public telephones, restaurants, duty-free shops, left-luggage services, a children’s nursery, information counters, facilities for disabled passengers and conference and business services. You will find the desk of car rental company situated in the East Gallery, sited in the Greeters’ Hall area on the first floor of Terminal 2. In contrast to many airports around Europe, the US and other countries, Ben Gurion is open 24 hours a day, allowing passengers to enjoy the benefits of duty free purchases day and night. This is very convenient when you have a late night flight. 2008 was the busiest year ever at Ben Gurion, with over 11.5 million passengers passing through the airport on almost 95,000 commercial operations.