The Tel Aviv Airport Shuttle is available every hour, on the hour, seven days a week from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv. The airport shuttle service is the easiest way to get from the
The Tel Aviv Airport Shuttle is available every hour, on the hour, seven days a week from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv. The airport shuttle service is the easiest way to get from the airport to your hotel in Tel Aviv, or back from your hotel to the airport, with pickup or dropoff available from all Tel Aviv hotels or private addresses. The Tel Aviv Airport Shuttle from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv city is serviced by a fleet of modern air conditioned vehicles, all driven by professional English speaking drivers, and often offers a cheaper alternative than taxis. The transfers can also be arranged to or from any destination in Israel.
The Tel Aviv Airport Shuttle from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv hotels is quicker and more hassle free than taking the train, which whilst cheaper, does not stop in the center of Tel Aviv and requires a bus or taxi transfer in order to reach your destination in Tel Aviv, or from your Tel Aviv hotel to the station. It is also available 24/7 whilst train service is unavailable at nighttimes and weekends.
Current price varies according to number of passengers (click on Book Now to check the prices).
Tel Aviv Airport Shuttle information
The Shuttle from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, departing from all addresses.
Shuttles must be pre-reserved and pre-paid, online, ahead of travel
All Tel Aviv Airport Shuttles from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv are operated in modern air-conditioned vehicles which are fully licensed
Comparisons to other transport options
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Shuttle versus train
Trains from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv run once an hour during day-time, and there is no service during nighttime, nor at weekends (from Friday afternoon to Saturday night).
Whilst the train fare is cheap (around $4), the train stops on the edge of Tel Aviv at four stations, from where you would need to take a bus ($1.5/6 NIS aprox) to your accommodation, which can be a lengthy process. The alternative option of taking a taxi from the train to your accommodation would likely cost around 50 NIS (around $15) including the additional fees taxi drivers charge for bags, of course this depends on the length of your journey.
Shuttle versus Bus
There is no convenient bus connection from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv.