The Fattal Terminal is Ben Gurion Airport’s new luxury VIP terminal. It’s a good solution to the stress that’s often involved with airports, especially at the Ben Gurion Airport where security is notoriously tight and can take hours. Instead of arriving at the airport three hours before departure as is typically advised, travelers flying out of the Fattal terminal need to arrive at Ben Gurion only two hours before their scheduled departure.
The VIP terminal offers travelers a more relaxed experience when flying in and out of Israel. Travelers can carry out all stages of pre-flight services within the private terminal including check-in, security checks, hand luggage screenings, and passport control. Their privately assigned VIP agent manages all of their travel needs.
The Fattal Terminal offers a variety of other amenities and services to make travelers’ airport stay as comfortable as possible. Passengers can choose to wait in private rooms or in the terminal lounge which is equipped with comfortable seating areas and free Internet access. They can also host meetings in the conference room and even smoke a cigar in the cigar room.
Catering in the terminal is provided by Michael Levy-Elhalal and Sonia Cohen and is prepared on-site. Travelers can choose from dishes like challah French toast, asparagus and smoked salmon, and sandwiches. Other services offered to travelers include private stewards, hotel lobby services, and private transportation to the departing plane. There are also two stores located in the terminal, H. Stern and James Richardson, for travelers looking to purchase some items before or after a flight.
The Fattal Terminal offers elite travelers a private airport experience. It serves passengers on private planes, business people, government representatives, ambassadors, and any other travelers looking for a convenient way to fly in and out of Israel. Entrance fees to the terminal start at $349 per person.
Book the VIP Fattal Terminal
Skip the lines at passport control and book your arrival or departure from the private Fattal Terminal located next to Terminal 1 at Ben Gurion Airport.