Israel's primary international airport, Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) is located about 12 miles southeast of Tel Aviv. About 75 carriers fly to the airport, which has non-stop service to destinations across Europe, Africa, Asia and North America. With three runways and two terminals, the airport handled more than 14.2 million passengers in 2014. Airport amenities include retail stores, sit-down and fast-food restaurants, ATMs, free WIFI internet, medical clinics and synagogues. Ben Gurion International Airport's ground transportation options include taxis, limousines, intercity buses, shuttles, shared-ride services and Israel Railways trains. A number of rental car companies are also located onsite.