A departure tax is a fee charged (under various names) by a country when a person is leaving the country.
Some countries charge a departure tax only when a person is leaving by air. Various rules apply to the payment of the tax, including payment at the airport to those about to catch a flight, or by some prepayment method, or it may be charged to the airlines and included in the airline ticket price.
If the final destination is not Indonesia, Malaysia or the Philippines, then the tax is BN$12. If transiting through one of these countries, the higher tax rate still applies, even if the initial flight destination is located in Indonesia, Malaysia or the Philippines. Paid in cash at check-in.
Only applies to Turkish citizens. Paid at the airport. Children younger than 7, citizens with resident permits in other countries, and crew members of any commercial road transport, rail transport, ship transport, and aviation vehicles are exempt from payment.