Adnan Menderes Airport
|İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport|
Adnan Menderes Havalimanı
|Owner||General Directorate of State Airports (DHMİ)|
|Elevation AMSL||412 ft / 126 m|
İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport (IATA: ADB, ICAO: LTBJ) is an international airport serving İzmir and most of the surrounding province in Turkey. It is named after former Turkish prime minister Adnan Menderes.
İzmir's main airport is located 18 km (11 mi) southwest of the city center in the Gaziemir district on the way to Selçuk, Ephesus and Pamukkale. The new international terminal, which was designed by Yakup Hazan Architecture, opened in September 2006, with the new domestic terminal opening at around March 2014. It replaced Çiğli Air Base which is now used only as a military base.
In 2017, ADB served 12.8 million passengers, 10.5 million of which were domestic passengers. It has ranked 5th in terms of total passenger traffic (after Ataturk Airport, Antalya Airport, Sabiha Gökçen Airport and Esenboğa Airport), and 4th in terms of domestic passenger traffic (after Ataturk Airport, Sabiha Gökçen Airport and Esenboğa Airport) within the country.
ADB has two runways, 16L/34R and 16R/34Ll however the two runways can not operate simultaneously due to the lack of a taxiway. This has led to runway 16R/34L being used has the sole runway, while runway 16L/34R is used as a taxiway. Construction has begun on a taxiway and it is expected to be finished by December 2018.
Airlines and destinations
|Turkish Airlines Cargo||Entebbe, Istanbul–Atatürk, Maastricht/Aachen, Nairobi, Riyadh|
|Year (months)||Domestic||% change||International||% change||Total||% change|
Izban commuter rail trains stop at the Airport Station about every 10 mins at peak hours and 20 mins off peak. Intercity trains operated by the Turkish State Railways also stop at the Airport Station. There are currently about 14 daily trains in both directions. Northbound trains all go to Basmane Terminal in the city center, while southbound trains serve Ödemiş, Tire, Söke, Aydın, Nazilli Torbalı and stations in between.
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