Istanbul – Atatürk International Airport (IST)
Istanbul Ataturk Airport is a major international airport hub and it is situated in Yeşilköy, Turkey, 24 kilometers away from Istanbul:
Yeşilköy, 34149, Turkey.
Originally, the airport was opened for military use in 1912 but later converted to commercial use and named Yeşilköy Airport in 1924. It gained international status in 1953, and the name Ataturk International Airport was introduced in 1980 in honour of the first Turkish President, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
Several airlines use this airport, but the major ones are Atlasjet, Onur Air and Turkish Airlines. Aeroflot, Air Algerie, and Air Canada also carry passengers here frequently. It is possible to travel director get a connecting flight to any part of the world from this Airport. Major destinations are Sarajevo, London, Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Madrid, Kuwait, Amsterdam, Doha, Singapore, Tunis, Jeddah, Copenhagen, Tehran, Karachi Dublin and New York.
The Airport has 3 runways and 4 terminals dedicated to international passengers, domestic, cargo and general aviation. Passengers using this airport have the choice of parking their vehicles in the multi-store car park; Open car park or the Valet parking.
Commuters can make use of the subway service, airport shuttle services, buses and taxis.