To get to Ordu-Giresun Airport from Ordu city center, there are options such as taxi service, Havaş shuttles and car rental. You can also choose to go with your private car thanks to the parking area of the airport, which is located between Gülyalı and Piraziz districts.
The most convenient and quick option to go to Ordu-Giresun Airport from the city center is to take a taxi. It is possible to get to the airport, which is 20 kilometers from the city center, by taxi in 20 minutes.
Taxis that you can get from many points of the city center are a bit costly, but you have the option to reach you to the airport as soon as possible.
Another option you can use to go to Ordu-Giresun Airport is Havaş shuttles. Havaş provides regular service every day of the week arranged in accordance with the aircraft departure times. The shuttles depart 2 hours before flight departure times and the schedule of Havaş shuttles can be found on its website or by phone. Havaş shuttles depart from the Kumbaşı Subway Station for Ordu, and depart from the Port Car Park for Giresun.
Car rental is one of the most comfortable options you can choose to get to the airport. It is possible for you to go to the airport in a short time with the car that you rent with or without a driver from the car rental offices in the city center.
Ordu-Giresun Airport, which is the first airport in Europe and in Turkey and the third in the world to be built on the sea, started to serve in May 2015. Ordu-Giresun Airport, which is surrounded by breakwaters against the big waves of the Black Sea, is designed not to be damaged even by the waves that reach 5 meters high.
There is a single terminal building at the airport for domestic and international Flights. It is possible to reach Istanbul, Ankara and other cities with direct and connected flights from Ordu-Giresun Airport which is located between the cities of Ordu and Giresun.Last Updated: January 23, 2017
Adana, which is the largest city in Mediterranean and Eastern Anatolia regions, is the Turkey’s fifth largest city that is connected to the world through Şakirpaşa Airport, which is located in Seyhan district. It is very easy to get to the airport which is 5km away from Yüreğir district, Kayalıbağ and Reşatbey neighborhoods which are accepted as the city center.
Although they are not headed to Adana, there are shuttle services and HAVAŞ buses at the airport. However, these buses only go to Mersin and Hatay.
You can reach the city center by riding on the municipality bus number 135 departing from Şakirpaşa Airport, which is located in Seyhan district, the most crowded district of Adana. You can reach the city center, Çukurova University and Turhan Cemal Beriker Boulevard connecting to Girne Boulevard by bus which you can take from the bus stops at the airport.
It is also possible to take the bus number 135 to reach the metro stations running on Akıncılar-Hospital route. The buses run hourly between 6 am and 7 pm every day and departs from the airport and Çukurova University simultaneously.
At the airport, you can benefit from the minibus and dolmush transportation, which departs at shorter intervals compared to bus; it is a more preferred option because of the short distance from the airport to the city center. There are two minibus lines as Airport-City Center and Meydan (Square) carrying passengers to the city center. It would not be wrong to say that minibuses and dolmush pass through in a few minutes in both directions.
You can also take a taxi at Şakirpaşa Airport to reach the city center along the Seyhan River. Taxi is not an expensive option, because the airport is close to the city center.
Adana Şakirpaşa Airport also offers various possibilities for those who wish to travel by their own cars in the city. There are 9 car rental offices at the airport including 5 at the Domestic Terminal and 4 at the International Terminal.
The airport also has an outdoor parking area with 569 cars capacity. If you drive through Turhan Cemil Beriker Boulevard following the Barış Boulevard at the exit of the airport, this route leads you to Sabancı Mosque, Girne Boulevard, Yüreğir Coach Station and Adana Archeology Museum in the city center.Last Updated: December 19, 2016