Aden Adde International Airport
Aden Adde International Airport is on southwestern outskirts of Mogadishu city (Somalia) in the coastal region Banaadir. The code of airport is MGQ.
The airport was given name after the first Somalia president Aden Abdullah Osman Daar. It was constructed in 1928 as a military base for Italian colony Somaliland. Few years later, Mogadishu airport started to serve commercial flights and largely expanded its infrastructure.
The airport is served mostly by 5 Pan African carriers operating to neighboring countries (Yemen, Djibouti, Kenya). Turkish Airlines offers frequent flights to Istanbul and SkyGreece Airlines to Athens.
Since handing over the management to Turkish company the airport made a great step toward increasing traffic and capacity. Nowadays in has one terminal, 3.5km long runaway, 2 helicopter pads and stand for Airport taxi Aden Adde International Airport. The parking lot for taxi Aden Adde International Airport is available in front of building. Passenger are free to book cheap taxi, refresh themselves with cup of coffee and snacks inside. The closest hotels Mogadishu Hotel and Jazeera Palace are reachable by Airport taxi Aden Adde International Airport.
The airport is easy reachable only by taxi to Aden Adde International Airport. The taxi from Aden Adde International Airport ride to Mogadishu takes 15-30 minutes, taxi service costs from 5 USD.