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Ben Gurion Airport Railway Station is run by Israel Railways and is situated on Terminal 3's lower level. Passengers can travel from this station in two directions: northwest to Tel Aviv, Haifa, and other northern locations, or southeast to Modi'in and Jerusalem.

It takes roughly 18 minutes to reach Tel Aviv Savidor Central railway station. It takes approximately 25 minutes to get from Navon station to Yitzhak in Jerusalem. Trains departing from and arriving at Tel Aviv Airport in the early morning and late at night stop at Beersheba Center via Lod, Ashkelon, and a few other locations.

On all other days, the service is available day and night. Shabbat and Jewish holidays are the only days it is not available. On weekdays, the line from Nahariya through Tel Aviv and Haifa operated continuously.

Tel Aviv Savidor Central Railway Station

Tel Aviv Savidor Central train station, which serves most of Israel Railways' lines, is a significant rail hub on the Ayalon Railway in central Tel Aviv, Israel.

It is situated near the Arlozorov interchange in the middle of the Ayalon Highway, with bridges leading to the Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District to the east and a sizable Tel Aviv bus station to the west.

Tel Aviv Central operated the station when it opened to the public in November 1954. It was also often known as Arlozorov station throughout its history. It was given the name Menachem Savidor in honor of the chairman of Israel Railways from 1954 to 1964 and, afterward, Speaker of the Knesset.

Six tracks are served by its three island platforms, the most modern of which was constructed in 2005. As part of the plan to increase the Ayalon Railway's capacity, a different island platform and two more routes are anticipated to be built to the station in the middle of the 2020s. The station's electrification was finished in 2020.

A third passenger entry and exit point out of the station and improved access to the Diamond Exchange District were made possible by opening a northern access terminal fronting the Modai'i bridge in 2018.