Israel is a small country, and it is therefore easy to get from one place to another in a relatively short time. Options for getting to and from Ben Gurion Airport include: Egged bus (the national bus company), private car/van services, railway, taxi, rental car, and limousine. Public transportation is convenient, and you can get to almost any destination for a reasonable price.
Israel Railways operates a convenient, fast and inexpensive train service between Haifa and Ben Gurion Airport. You can also travel by taxi, but this is more expensive, particularly for intercity trips.
Buses are the most popular form of public transportation in Haifa for both local and intercity trips. The Egged bus company operates most of the intercity bus lines, as well as the local service in most of the large cities and towns. The fare for all bus lines is reasonable, the buses are comfortable and air conditioned, and there is regular, frequent service.
Tickets can be purchased at ticket booths in the central bus station in each city or town, or from the driver. Discounted round-trip tickets can be purchased only in the station.