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Adana Airport

Adana Havaliman?
Adana Airport arrivals.jpg
Summary
Airport typePublic
OperatorGeneral Directorate of State Airports (DHM?)
ServesÇukurova region
LocationAdana, Turkey
Opened1937
Focus city forPegasus Airlines
Elevation AMSL65 ft / 20 m
Coordinates36°58?55?N 035°16?49?E / 36.98194°N 35.28028°E / 36.98194; 35.28028Coordinates: 36°58?55?N 035°16?49?E / 36.98194°N 35.28028°E / 36.98194; 35.28028
Websiteadana.dhmi.gov.tr
Map
ADA is located in Turkey
ADA
ADA
Location of airport in Turkey
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
05/23 2,750 9,022 Asphalt
Statistics (2016)
Passengers5,594,630 Increase 5.0%
Cargo (tons)49,678 Decrease -1.0%
Aircraft movements48,556 Increase 4.0%[1]
Sources: DHM?[2] and DAFIF[3][4]

Adana Airport or Adana ?akirpa?a Airport (Turkish: Adana Havaliman?) (IATA: ADA, ICAO: LTAF) is an international airport located in Adana, Turkey. The airport serves mainly to the Çukurova region, and in a lesser extent to the provinces surrounding Çukurova, due to its frequent domestic flight schedule and several flights to international destinations. With 5.6 million passengers in 2016,[5] it is the sixth-busiest airport in Turkey. Opened in 1937, ?akirpa?a Airport is the oldest airport in Turkey that is still in public service.

History

Adana Airport was constructed on a farmland at the ?akirpa?a area, 2.3 km west of the historical city centre. It was opened to service as a civil-military airport in 1937 and became a full civil airport in 1956.

Passenger traffic at Adana Airport is almost doubled since 2011, hitting a record in 2016 with 5,594,630 passengers; an increase of 5% from 2015.[6] As of June 2016, there are 436 weekly departures to 23 routes from the airport, connecting the region to 8 destinations in Turkey, 11 in Germany, 3 in the Middle East and one in N.Cyprus. Ercan is the shortest (40 min.), Hamburg is the longest route (4 hours). Route to both airports in ?stanbul, is one of the busiest in Turkey, with 201 departures weekly, almost half of the total flights.

Airlines and destinations

Statistics

Passenger figures

International Terminal
Domestic Terminal
Check-in counters
Runway

Route statistics

Ground transportation

Local buses/minibuses, coaches, airline shuttles, trains and taxi serve ground transportation to or close to the airport.

Buses and coaches

Platform Line Destination Via Carrier
Terminals  135  Balcal? (Çukurova University) Yüre?ir ABBO
 159  Kurttepe Kuruköprü (Old Town), Adana Metro(Vilayet station), Central railway station ABBO

Adana Metropolitan Municipality local buses #135 and #159, run from the airport to the neighbourhoods of Seyhan, Çukurova and Sar?çam. Bus #159 is a 35-minute interval service that connects airport to the old town, metro (Vilayet station), Central railway station, and routes further north, ending in Kurttepe, close to the lake.[11] Bus #135 is an hourly service to Balcal? (Çukurova University).[12]

Several local buses and minibuses that run east-west on the D400 state road, stop at the Airport intersection, 800 metres north of the airport terminals.

Coach transport to the provinces surrounding Çukurova, run from the Central Coach Terminal, 3.9 km west of the airport entrance. Coach companies' shuttle services from the city centre to the Central Coach Terminal have stops at the Airport Intersection on the D400 state road.

AtlasGlobal airlines run shuttle buses for their passengers from the airport to Mersin Tarsus, ?skenderun, Dörtyol and Osmaniye.[13]

Rail

?akirpa?a railway station is 1.9 kilometres' walking distance to the airport terminals, and it is located one block north of the D400 state road. There are frequent train services to Mersin Central, Tarsus and Adana Central stations,[14] and fewer daily services to eastern stations of Adana; Yüre?ir, ?ncirlik and Ceyhan. Also from the station, there are once daily trips to Osmaniye, ?skenderun, ?slahiye, Karaman and Ni?de.

Accidents and incidents

External links

References

  1. ^ "2016 Adana Airport Stats". DHMI. Archived from the original on 28 June 2015. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ (in Turkish) Adana Hava Liman? Archived 2007-12-04 at the Wayback Machine at DHM? (State Airports Authority)
  3. ^ Airport information for LTAF at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.Source: DAFIF.
  4. ^ Airport information for LTAF at Great Circle Mapper. Source: DAFIF (effective October 2006).
  5. ^ (in Turkish) 2016 Passengers Statistics of Airports in Turkey Archived 2015-06-28 at the Wayback Machine at DHM? (State Airports Authority)
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-06-28. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ "Qatar Airways adds Adana service from Nov 2017". routesonline. Retrieved 2017.
  8. ^ a b Liu, Jim. "SunExpress S20 network additions as of 22OCT19". Routesonline. Retrieved 2019.
  9. ^ Liu, Jim. "Turkish Airlines expands Dusseldorf / Munich network in S19". Routesonline. Retrieved 2019.
  10. ^ "Statistics". Archived from the original on 2015-06-28. Retrieved .
  11. ^ http://www.adana.bel.tr/otobus-saatleri/entry/2563/ Local Bus #159
  12. ^ http://www.adana.bel.tr/otobus-saatleri/entry/2552/ Local Bus #135
  13. ^ http://www.atlasglb.com/fly-and-bus/ Atlas Global Shuttle Services
  14. ^ http://www.tcdd.gov.tr/upload/Files/ContentFiles/2010/bolgesel/mersinadanamersin.htm Adana-Mersin Railway Line

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