Erzurum - Khost flight ticket
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Transportation form City Center to Erzurum Airport
Things you need to know to reach from city centre to Erzurum Airport
Located approximately 25 km away from city centre, Erzurum Airport is in Yakutiye district. Erzurum Airport has the second longest runway in Turkey and you have three alternatives to reach Erzurum Airport from city centre and other districts.
Aerobilet transfer services
In addition to the cheap flights and economic hotel options on Aerobilet, Aerobilet transfer services offer economic and comfortable transfer options. You can use Aerobilet transfer services to reach Erzurum Airport from Palandöken ski centre or city centre. You can view individual and group prices for Erzurum and Palandöken.
Another means of transportation to Erzurum Airport is to take a bus offered by Erzurum Metropolitan Municipality. The route of the buses is Station Square, Gez Neighbourhood, Hospital Street, Yakutiye Technical and Occupational Highschool, Erzurum Municipality, Erzurum Municipality, Erzurum Technical University, and bus station. You can use these buses to reach Erzurum Airport. Buses offer services depending on flight times. You can have more information about bus schedules on Erzurum Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Department.
Erzurum airport is approximately 25 minutes away from city centre. You can select taxi services. Also, Palandöken is 16 minutes away from Erzurum Airport. You can take a taxi from Palandöken to airport.
Transportation from Khost Airport to City Center
Things you need to know to reach to city centre from Khost Airport
Khost Airport is in Khost city of Afghanistan and offers domestic flights only. This airport was renewed for public use. Located in Khost administrative region of Afghanistan, there is one transfer alternative from Khost Airport to city centre.
You can use taxi or rent a car service to transfer from Khost Airport to your hotel, city centre, or other central locations due to security concerns in Afghanistan.