Heydar Aliyev International Airport

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Heydar Aliyev International Airport

Heydər Əliyev adına Beynəlxalq Hava Limanı
Summary
Airport typePublic
OwnerGovernment of Azerbaijan
OperatorAzerbaijan Airlines
ServesBaku
LocationBaku, Azerbaijan
Opened1933[1]
Hub for
Elevation AMSL3 m / 10 ft
Coordinates40°28′03″N 050°02′48″E / 40.46750°N 50.04667°E / 40.46750; 50.04667
Websiteairport.az
Maps
Site map of Baku Airport
Site map of Baku Airport
GYD/UBBB is located in Azerbaijan
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB
Location in Azerbaijan
GYD/UBBB is located in Caucasus mountains
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB (Caucasus mountains)
GYD/UBBB is located in Asia
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB (Asia)
GYD/UBBB is located in West and Central Asia
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB (West and Central Asia)
GYD/UBBB is located in Eurasia
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB
GYD/UBBB (Eurasia)
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
16/34 4,000 13,107 Asphalt/concrete
17/35 3,200 10,499 Asphalt/concrete
Statistics (2019)
Passengers4,730,000
Passenger changeIncrease7.0%
Source: [1] www.airportbaku.com, Azerbaijanian AIP at EUROCONTROL[2] ACI's 2014 World Airport Traffic Report

Heydar Aliyev International Airport (Azerbaijani: Heydar Aliyev adına Beynəlxalq Hava Limanı) (IATA: GYD, ICAO: UBBB) is one of the seven international airports serving Azerbaijan. Heydar Aliyev International Airport is the busiest airport both in Azerbaijan and in the South Caucasus as well as one of the busiest in the post-Soviet countries. Formerly, it was called Bina International Airport after a suburb of the Azerbaijan capital Baku. On 10 March 2004, the airport was renamed after the former president of Azerbaijan, Heydar Aliyev. The airport is 20 kilometers northeast of Baku, connected to the city by a highway. It serves as the hub for national carrier Azerbaijan Airlines as well as for Azal Avia Cargo, Buta Airways and Silk Way West Airlines.

Facilities[edit]

Terminals[edit]

The airport consists of two passenger terminals, Terminal 1 being the newer one, and two cargo terminals.

Terminal 1[edit]

Terminal 1 was commissioned in April 2014. Its total area is 65,000 square meters (700,000 sq ft). The terminal is designed for 6 million passengers per year. It currently serves up to 3 million passengers annually. The total parking area is 20,000 square meters (220,000 sq ft) for 600 vehicles.[citation needed] The airport has a wide range of shops, restaurants, cafés, and duty-free stores in both the departures and arrivals areas. Terminal 1 contains five lounges and a spa.[3] Terminal 1 operates jet bridges capable of receiving 12 aircraft simultaneously. Two jet bridges are intended for accommodating the world's largest passenger aircraft, the Airbus A380.

Terminal 1’s four-level engineering concept was developed in 2010 by Arup Group with a tricorn shape and semi-transparent roof. The interior, designed by Turkish company AUTOBAN, has a series of oak-veneer “cocoons”.[4] There is Vanderlande baggage handling system in Terminal 1, as well as L-3 equipment for thorough baggage inspection and scanners designed to obtain a layered image of the internal structure of the object.[citation needed] 30 Schindler escalators and 21 elevators are installed in Terminal 1. [citation needed] Terminal 1 is equipped with a Building Management System (BMS) which is designed to automate processes and operations that are implemented in modern buildings and is the technical basis of the so-called intelligent buildings. [citation needed] Also, Terminal 1 is equipped with a separate system of resource support, such as electricity, lighting, ventilation, heating, air conditioning, water supply, and sewerage.[citation needed]

Terminal 2[edit]

Architect Viktor Denisov is the author of the project of Terminal 2, which currently serves both domestic flights (South entrance) and international flights of low-cost airlines (North entrance). The project was awarded the first prize in a competition in 1981 and was implemented in 1989.

Cargo[edit]

The cargo terminal was opened on March 23, 2005. The terminal building houses companies such as Silk Way Airlines, Imair Air Company, Euroasian Air Services, Lufthansa Cargo and Panalpina. The terminal claims to be able to serve nine Boeing 747, Antonov An-124 fifteen Ilyushin Il-76 or two Boeing 777 - type aircraft simultaneously.[5]

Runways[edit]

The airport has two near-parallel runways; Runway 16/34 is 3,995 by 60 m (13,106 ft 11 in by 196 ft 10 in), while runway 17/35 is 3,200 by 50 m (10,498 ft 8 in by 164 ft 1 in).[6]

Hotels[edit]

FlyInn (formerly the Sheraton) Baku Airport Hotel with 205 rooms is located on the territory of Heydar Aliyev International Airport.

Passengers with children[edit]

The international terminal provides a baby care room, play area as well as diaper changing tables.

Services for passengers with reduced mobility[edit]

The airport provides personal assistance to passengers with disabilities, special parking spaces, information desks and check-in counters, 24/7 medical centre service, if necessary, and ambulifts for pickup on board aircraft. Airport staff will escort registered passengers to the lounge and then to the boarding gate.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Passenger[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
Aeroflot Moscow–Sheremetyevo
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi,[7] Sharjah
Air Astana Almaty, Astana
Air Cairo Sharm El Sheikh
Air Montenegro Seasonal: Tivat (begins 3 June 2024)[8]
airBaltic Seasonal: Riga[9]
AJet Ankara,[10][11] Antalya,[12] Istanbul–Sabiha Gökçen[13]
Arkia Seasonal: Tel Aviv[14]
Azerbaijan Airlines Aktau,[15] Almaty, Ankara, Astana, Astrakhan,[15] Baghdad,[16] Bahrain, Barcelona,[17] Beijing–Capital,[18] Berlin, Bishkek,[19] Bucharest-Otopeni (begins 3 June 2024),[20] Chișinău,[21] Dammam,[22] Delhi,[23] Doha,[24] Dubai–International, Dushanbe, Ganja, Geneva,[25] Grozny (begins 8 May 2024),[26] Islamabad,[27] Istanbul, Istanbul–Sabiha Gökçen, Izmir,[15] Jeddah, Karachi,[27] Kazan,[15] Kuwait City, Lahore,[27] London–Gatwick,[28] London–Heathrow, Makhachkala,[15] Medina, Milan–Malpensa, Mineralnye Vody,[15] Minsk,[29] Moscow–Domodedovo, Moscow–Vnukovo, Nakhchivan, Paris–Charles de Gaulle,[30] Prague, Qabala, Riyadh,[22] Saint Petersburg, Samara,[15] Samarqand,[31] Sochi, Sofia (begins 7 June 2024),[32] Tashkent,[33] Tbilisi,[34] Tehran–Imam Khomeini, [35] Tel Aviv,[36] Trabzon,[15] Ufa, Vienna,[37] Volgograd[15]
Seasonal: Antalya, Batumi,[15] Bodrum, Dalaman, Izmir, Mumbai,[38] Sharm El Sheikh,[39] Tivat (resumes 2 May 2024)[40]
Seasonal charter: Gassim,[41] Hofuf[41]
Azimuth Astrakhan, Mineralnye Vody, Sochi[42]
Belavia Minsk
China Southern Airlines Ürümqi[43]
Fly Baghdad Baghdad[44]
flyadeal Seasonal: Jeddah[45]
FlyArystan Aqtau, Astana
flydubai Dubai–International
flynas Seasonal: Dammam, Jeddah,[46] Riyadh[47]
Georgian Wings Tbilisi[48]
Gulf Air Bahrain
IndiGo Delhi[49]
IrAero Chelyabinsk,[50] Krasnoyarsk–International, Novosibirsk, Omsk,[51] Orenburg,[52] Perm,[53] Samara, Saratov,[54] Ufa[55]
Seasonal: Yekaterinburg[56]
Iran Air Tehran–Imam Khomeini
Iraqi Airways Baghdad, Erbil, Sulaymaniyah[57]
Israir Tel Aviv
Jazeera Airways Kuwait City
Kuwait Airways Kuwait City[58]
LOT Polish Airlines Warsaw–Chopin
Lufthansa Frankfurt
NordStar Norilsk, Ufa
Nordwind Airlines Kazan, Mineralnye Vody, Nizhny Novgorod, Orenburg, Perm, Saint Petersburg,[59] Samara, Sochi, Ufa, Vladikavkaz
Pakistan International Airlines Islamabad,[60] Karachi,[61] Lahore[62]
Pegasus Airlines Ankara,[63] Gazipaşa, Istanbul–Sabiha Gökçen, Izmir[64]
Seasonal: Dalaman[65]
Qatar Airways Doha
Red Wings Airlines Moscow–Zhukovsky,[66] Yekaterinburg[67]
S7 Airlines Novosibirsk[68]
Salam Air Seasonal: Muscat[69]
SCAT Airlines Aqtau
Smartavia Saint Petersburg[70]
Turkish Airlines Istanbul
Seasonal: Antalya[71]
Ural Airlines Moscow–Zhukovsky (resumes 26 April 2024),[72] Yekaterinburg
Utair Moscow–Vnukovo, Surgut, Tyumen, Ufa
Uzbekistan Airways Tashkent
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi,[73] Budapest, Rome–Fiumicino[74]

Cargo[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
Aerotranscargo[75] Hahn
Atlas Air[76] Delhi, Zaragoza
Nippon Cargo Airlines[77] Tokyo–Narita
Silk Way West Airlines[78] Aktau, Amsterdam, Atyrau, Baghdad, Bagram, Bishkek, Chicago–O'Hare,[79] Dallas/Fort Worth, Delhi, Dhaka, Djibouti City, Dubai–Al Maktoum, Dubai–International, Hahn, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Istanbul–Sabiha Gökçen, Jakarta–Soekarno-Hatta, Kabul (suspended), Kandahar, Kuwait City, Kuala Lumpur–International, London–Stansted, Los Angeles,[80] Luxembourg, Maastricht/Aachen, Manila, Milan–Malpensa, Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Mumbai, New York–JFK, Oslo,[81] Seoul–Incheon, Shanghai–Pudong, Singapore, Tbilisi, Tehran–Imam Khomeini, Tel Aviv, Tokyo–Narita,[82] Ürümqi

Statistics[edit]

Annual passenger traffic at GYD airport. See Wikidata query.
Traffic by calendar year, official statistics
Passengers
2016[83] 3,260,000
2017[84] 4,060,000
2018[85] 4,430,000
2019[86] 4,730,000
2020[87] 1,030,700
2021[88] 3,000,000
2022[89] 4,400,000
2023[90] 5,700,000

Ground transport[edit]

Bus and taxi[edit]

BakuBus H1 buses run 24 hours a day from 28 May Metro Station to Baku Airport. The traffic interval is 30 minutes in the afternoon and hourly at night. The airport is reached from Baku (and back) by private taxi in about 20 minutes.

Transport and parking[edit]

The airport can be reached by car from the capital either on the airport highway via Heydar Aliyev Avenue, or on Zikh highway via Nobel Avenue. Parking is available in lots at each terminal, with a total capacity of 1,600 vehicles.

Rail[edit]

Baku International Airport will be eventually linked by Azerbaijan Railways to the Baku Suburban Railway.

Westward of Baku Metro Baku Metro stations are able for fast Transfer to Baku Suburban Railway at

28 May and

Jafar Jabbarli Metro Stations. Also Eastward Stations on

Koroglu and future

Bakikhanov as well as   M-11 stations.

Road[edit]

Boyuk Shor Highway, is a highway in Baku, Azerbaijan. It begins at the Koroglu Metro station with the intersection of Heydar Aliyev Avenue with the Darnagul Highway. It continues east towards to the Airport and as well as to the Mardakan. Alternative road is Zikh, Baku Airport Highway.

See also[edit]

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External links[edit]

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