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  • COVID-19
All passengers who intend to enter Turkey from all the world (except for the United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt and Singapore, Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka , Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa) are required to present one of the following documents:
  • A proof of vaccination at least 14 days before the date of travel
  • A documentation of recovery from the corona virus infection in the last 6 months
  • A negative rapid antigen test result taken within the last 48 hours before arrival
  • A Negative PCR test result taken within last 72 hours before arrival
passengers who have been in United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt and Singapore in the last 14 days can only :
- submit a negative PCR test result made maximum 72 hours before entry.
Passengers who have been in Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka , Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, in the last 14 days
will be requested to :
- submit a negative PCR test result conducted within the last 72 hours before arrival - An antigen test result or a vaccine/immunity certificate is not accepted for boarding from those countries and the passenger will not be accepted on board the flights.
- will be quarantined for 14 days in places determined by the governorships. the quarantine will be terminated If the PCR test result made At the end of the 14th day is negative

All transfer/transit passengers are exempt from presenting test result or vaccine/immunity certificate requirements.
In addition to this information;
  • • Passengers intend to enter Turkey after March 15, 2021 (excluding transfer passengers and passengers under the age of 6) must fill in Turkey Entry Form within the last 72 hours before their flight.
  • • Face mask is obligatory at all points at the airport

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Attention All Passengers 

Tourists coming to Turkey and all vital Turkish facilities (such as airports, hotels, and other tourist services) are completely excluded from all forms of curfew in Turkey. Therefore, travel to Turkey and transit through Turkish airports are available without stopping. Also, all services at Istanbul Airport operate without stopping ...

About Istanbul Airport 


As we all know that traveling is the most crucial part of any vacation. So we at Istanbuls Airport with capacity of 200 million passengers make sure the traveling experience should be soothing for all the passengers so that they can enjoy the complete span of vacation. When you plan a holiday, must start with the airport which is dedicated to makes your experience a smooth one.


Istanbul Airport is an airport with a domestic terminal, customs, and border control facilities. It allows the traveler to countries. It aims to establish itself as an essential hub to play on the aviation stage of the world. The live flight information chart displayed is showing all the flights at new IST Airport. Explore the significant airports that handle international flights. It is the airport that provides both domestic and international flight service from a single terminal. It is located in the European side of the city of Istanbul and not far from black sea coast.



It is the airport that receives most of the traffic from the passenger coming from Asia and Europe since October 2018. The desirable location of this airport, in the middle of Europe, Asia, and Africa, so it is also the central hub for Airlines carrier.


The first in Europe in Relation to passengers

The most crucial airport in Turkey is Istanbul International Airport. You can quickly get access to the flight information just at a click. Here on New Istanbul Airport website, you can get a travel guide, airport guide, top 10 lists in Istanbul and etc… You can get a unique shopping experience with the delectable food around the airport and the dining tips and more! Enjoy the serenity of Turkey hills and explore the must-see sights in Istanbul.


As the biggest airport in Istanbul and even in Turkey and as the first in Europe in terms of passengers, Istanbul Airport ( IST ) which hosted 23.4 million passengers in 2020 despite the serious decrease in the number of passengers at all airports worldwide, has upgraded itself with the latest technology to provide the facility to view live flight schedule arrival and departure, live flight delays, cancellations, and current status. These facilities aim at providing a soothing environment to the Passengers.


Prominent with the COVID-19 epidemic taken measures, Istanbul Airport became the first certified airport globally under the Airports Council International (ACI) "Airport Health Accreditation' program