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Map of Israel airports

Map of Israel airports

The Israel airports map shows location of airports in Israel. This airports map of Israel will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in Israel in Asia. The Israel international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Ben Gurion International Airport in Lod is the country largest. Regular flights are maintained by several international airlines, with EL AL Israel Airlines Ltd., Israel’s national carrier, accounting for the largest share of the traffic. Scheduled domestic aviation and charter aviation abroad is operated by Arkia Israeli Airlines Ltd. As you can see in the map of Israel airports the airports at Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Elat, Rosh Pinna, and Haifa serve the country domestic air traffic.

Israel three airports as its shown in the map of Israel airports are as follow: Ben Gurion International Airport (IATA code: TLV) near Tel Aviv is the largest and busiest international airport in Israel. Ramon Airport - Eilat (IATA code: ETM) in the southern Negev desert of Israel has replaced the old Eilat Airport and Ovda Airport for civilian traffic. The new gateway to Southern Israel opened in January 2019 and is Israel second important international airport. Israel Airports Authority is responsible for the management of Israel's major civil airports.

The largest airports of Israel are in close proximity to the Mediterranean Sea (Tel Aviv) and Red Sea (Eilat) as its mentioned in the map of Israel airports. The airport of Tel Aviv is named after the first prime minister of the country: David Ben-Gurion. Eilat Ramon Airport was officially opened on 21 January 2019 as the modern replacement for Eilat Ovda Airport and Eilat J. Hozman Airport. The national airline of Israel is El Al; they carry 25% of the total number of passengers at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport. Other lesser-known airlines from Israel are Arkia, Israir Airlines and Sun d’Or.