What is the IATA code for Turkey?

What is the IATA code for Turkey?

Istanbul Airport (IATA: IST, ICAO: LTFM) (Turkish: İstanbul Havalimanı) is the main international airport serving Istanbul, Turkey.

What are the airports in Turkey called?

Airports

City ICAO Airport name
Istanbul LTFM Istanbul Airport
Istanbul LTFJ Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport
İzmir LTBJ İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport
Kars LTCF Kars Harakani Airport

What is SEL IATA code?

Contents

IATA ICAO Location served
-SA-
SEL Seoul, South Korea
SEM KSEM Selma, Alabama, United States
SEN EGMC London / Southend, England, United Kingdom

What is the 2 letter country code for Turkey?

TR
ISO 3166-2:TR is the entry for Turkey in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

How many airports is there in Turkey?

There are currently 57 airports in Turkey.

Which city code is SEL?

Seoul
IATA codes starting with the letter S

SAA Saratoga (WY) USA
SEL Seoul South Korea
SEM Selma (AL) USA
SEN Southend United Kingdom
SEO Seguela Cote d’Ivoire

Which airport is SEL?

Seoul Incheon International Airport
The Seoul Incheon International Airport with IATA code SEL-ICN is 48 km west of the city centre.

What are the names of the airports in Turkey?

Airports in Turkey 1 Antalya Airport – IATA code AYT. Antalya Airport is an international airport 13km northeast of the city centre. 2 Ankara Airport – IATA code ESB. 3 Izmir Airport – IATA code ADB. 4 Adana Airport – IATA code ADA. 5 Dalaman Airport – IATA code DLM. 6 Trabzon Airport – IATA code TZX. …

What is the IATA code for Antalya Turkey?

Antalya Airport – IATA code AYT ~ 35 Mio. passengers Antalya Airport is an international airport 13km northeast of the city centre. It is an extremely important airport, especially during the summer season for its location on the Mediterranean coast.

What is the IATA code for Izmir Turkey?

Izmir Airport – IATA code ADB – (~ 12 Mio. Izmir Airport known also as Adnan Menderes Airport is an international airport for the city of Izmir and the surrounding province in Turkey. It is name after Turkish prime minister Adnan Menderes. The airport is on a distance of 18km southwest of the city centre.

What is the IATA airport code for Istanbul?

Istanbul IATA and ICAO Airport Codes. Istanbul has three major airports. Airport codes are, ISL (Istanbul Atatürk Airport), IST (Istanbul Airport) and SAW (Sabiha Gökçen International Airport). Istanbul, Turkey. IATA airport code ISL.

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