VIP Service at Ben Gurion Airport offers immediate check-in stress-free travel and no waiting at counters. Expedited process when entering and departing Israel straight from the aircraft . Fast track exclusive priority lane access through security check ,passport control , registration and customs , without the need to queue. Convenience and comfort in the lounge prior to the departure or arrival of your aircraft (*with additional charge) . You don?t have to worry about anything , we will arrange everything for you. Contact us 24 hours 7 days a week. Tel ISRAEL 972(0)545437135 USA/CANADA 1-800-454-4590 Book Here
Many countries have a Visa Waiver Program with Israel which allows their citizens to visit Israel without a visa arranged in advance. Before embarking on a trip, visitors desiring to stop in Israel on their way to other destinations must check if they need a prearranged tourist visa.All Visa Waiver Program travelers must present a machine-readable passport at the port of entry in order to enter Israel without a prearranged visa; otherwise a visa is required. This applies to tourists arriving with a passage card from countries with a Waiver Program.Visa & Immigration
Ben Gurion international airport is the largest and busiest international airport in Israel.The airport is located near the city of Lod ,15 KM (9 MI) southeast of Tel Aviv 44 KM ( 27 MI) from Jerusalem and 115 KM (71 MI) from Haifa. Arriving passengers arrive at the Terminal 3 building through the Jetways, or by bus (when the aircraft is parked at a remote parking slot). Arrive at the entrance to the border control hall on level G, at the junction point of the connector and the border control Hall. Continue along the connector up to the descent to the border control hall on level G.
Please ensure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after date of entry. Arriving tourists are required, prior to landing, to fill out the L17 form for the registration of personal details, in order to prevent delays during passport control. Make sure to write down all your passport and flight details and don?t forget to keep a copy, as you will need it when you leave the country.Former Israeli citizens who do not possess of an official document attesting that they have renounced their Israeli citizenship, are required by law to enter and exit the country on an Israeli passport.Important note on Form 17L: If you are travelling to Arab or Islamic countries other than Egypt and Jordan, you can request that an Israeli stamp not appear on your passport. Notify the immigration clerk at your point of entry to Israel of your request before your documents are stamped.Instead, you can fill out a form (17L) with your personal details and they will stamp this form instead of your passport. Keep this form with you until you leave the country. It will be stamped upon your departure as well.Passport Control
Visitors to Israel require a passport that is valid for the next six months. You will be asked to complete an entry form during the flight. It is important to fill it in accurately and retain a copy for the end of your tour of Israel. The completed entry form and passport are submitted at border control in Ben Gurion Airport when you arrive. In the border control hall there are manned control counters, and biometric control counters. Israeli passport holders will approach the manned counters or make use of the biometric system. The controller?s stamp, or the voucher from the biometric system, constitute the exit authorization from the border control Hall to the arrivals hall. Foreign passport holders will approach the manned counters only.Hand the voucher to the representative of border police at the entrance to the Arrivals Hall.
The Arrivals Hall on level G houses the baggage collection conveyors and customs inspection.Note the electronic signs indicating the conveyor on which luggage from your flight is due to arrive. After collecting your baggage, continue to the customs control and from there to the welcomers' hall. For your convenience, there are, in the arrivals hall, inter alia: duty Free pick-up counter, to collect duty free items you purchased prior to your departure from Israel. Please make sure that you do not leave your baggage unattended at any time.The baggage storage and lost and found room is located at the western ("kerem") short-term parking lot on the ground level (G). The service is free of charge.Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday - 08:00 to 20:00. Friday - 08:00 to 15:00. Saturday Night - 20:00 Until Midnight Tel: 03-9754436. Mail: Lost&[email protected]
The customs stations are located in the arrivals hall.Inbound passengers will pass through the customs stations, with their baggage, as follows:the green route – passengers with nothing to declare. The red route – passengers bringing with them any sort of electrical appliances valued at $200 or more, and on which customs duty must be paid.The blue route – groups and air crew who do not have anything to declare.The obligation of declaring money brought into or taken out of Israel, is applicable under the following conditions. An amount totaling NIS 80,000 or more in the possession of the passenger.An amount of NIS 1,000,000 or more, in the possession of a new immigrant, on his first entry into the country. Additional details can be obtained at the national information center on Tel: (02) 651-1911.Customs
Picking up your duty free goods :In the arrivals hall, you will find the duty-free pick-up counter where you can collect the duty free goods that you purchased, prior to your departure, at the duty free shops. Please note: in accordance with customs regulations, you will not be able to receive your goods once you have exited the arrivals hall.
In the Welcomers' Hall you can meet your family and friends who have been waiting for your arrival. Large screens in the hall constantly display updated arrival info. For your convenience, the Welcomers' Hall contains, inter alia: car rental company counters and booked taxis counters
Don't wait around on arrival at the airport with all those bags hoping for a taxi. Enjoy the freedom of a waiting car and driver by pre-booking your private taxi transfer! private airport transfer will provide you with the comfort of knowing that after you arrive at Ben Gurion Airport ,a chauffeur will be waiting to pick you up and take you and your luggage straight to your destination, Israel Airport Transfer is the way to insure a smooth, pleasant, and expedited process when entering and departing Israel. Book Ben Gurion Airport Transfer
Avoid the queues at Ben Gurion airport and treat yourself to a stress free service that will make your arrival and/or departure at Ben Gurion Airport smoother and easier.VIP services at Ben Gurion Airport are the way to insure a smooth, pleasant, and expedited process when entering and departing Israel.We take care of collecting luggage, security screening, baggage inspection, and passport control, up to the point of boarding the flight or reaching the arrivals hall to the waiting driver . Book Israel Airport Express VIP Escort Service
The most exclusive way to discover Israel. You are provided with your own private driver-guide who will speak your native language. No need to share the trip with other tourists with different interests. This is your tour, you will decide what to see and what to leave out.Complete flexibility and spontaneity are yours.You will have more time to see more fascinating sites-you will set your own pace. All private tours are operated by selected professional guides certified by the Israeli Ministry of Tourism. Luxurious vehicles specially designed for touring and fully air-conditioned.All our private tours are included complimentary airport transfer.Book Private Tour With A Personal Tour Guide
The car rental companies' counters are located on the first floor of the Eastern Gallery in the Greeters Hall. The service is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The process of collecting or returning a rented car is handled in the car rental site located next to the UPS building. Shuttle: The rental companies operate a shuttle service between Terminal 3 and the car rental site, and from the site to Terminal 3. The shuttle stop is located on Level G of Terminal 3. The service is provided by the rental companies and is their responsibility.