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Etimesgut Air Base

(ANK)

Ankara Province,Turkey

IATA Code ANK City Code
City code of ANK: refers to metropolitan areas of Ankara
ICAO LTAD
Airport Name Etimesgut Air Base City Ankara
Region Ankara Province Country/Region Turkey (TR)
Time Zone+02:00ContinentAsia
Airport Type Customs Airport Bank Work Time Table Closed on Saturday and Sunday.
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Introduction of Etimesgut Air Base

Etimesgut Air Base (IATA: ANK, ICAO: LTAD) is an airbase of the Turkish Air Force located 15 km (9.3 mi) west of Ankara, Turkey. It is owned by Turkish Air Force and jointly operated by the air force and the Turkish Aeronautical Association (THK). International Defense Industry, Aerospace and Maritime Fair (IDEF) and civil aviation airshows are being held at this airport.

The airport has two runway in east–west direction. The northern part of the airport, limited by the urban section of Ankara-Istanbul highway. The southern area and the shorter runway 11R/29L are being used by the THK. The Ankara Aviation Museum, open to public, is located at the northeastern corner of the airport. The airport hosts the Etimesgut Türkkuşu Training Center of the Turkish Aeronautical Association, which was established on May 3, 1935. The center consists of flight schools, maintenance and logistics facilities and ground support units.

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