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Terminal 3 - Ben Gurion Airport
Tel-Aviv, Israel

The Ben Gurion 2000 Terminal 3 Project establishes a significant new terminal complex and an important gateway into Israel from points around the globe.

The project includes four interrelated sets of improvements:

  • Landside Terminal; housing ticketing, baggage, security, and passport control functions
  • Airside Terminal; connected to the landside facilities by a corridor, including the plane gates and departing and arriving concourses, as well as the airside Rotunda (centrepoint of the concourses and a major space for passenger relaxation and shopping).
  • Approach roads and parking
  • Garden and garden arcades.

Ben Gurion 2000, Terminal 3, is designed to serve up to twelve million annual passengers.

  • It is the largest vertical transportation project ever designed in Israel.
  • The total number of designed units is 240, (126 elevators, 60 escalators and 54 moving walks).
  • Thyssen, Schindler and Otis are the suppliers of the 152 units ordered for the first phase of the project (3 out of 5 concourses).
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