The main international airports are in western Turkey.
Istanbul Airport Istanbul’s main airport is Istanbul International Airport. This is second biggest airport in Europe. Very big airport, that is way you could check airport link.
Sabiha Gökçen International Airport This airport is popular with low-cost European airlines, but is not as conveniently located as Atatürk.
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier, has extensive international and domestic networks, including budget subsidiaries Sun Express and Anadolu Jet. It is generally considered a safe airline, and its operational safety is certified by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Like many airlines, it has had accidents and incidents over the years – nine crashes since 1974, most recently at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport in 2009.
Pegasus is a leading low-cost airline in Turkey, which provides reasonably-priced transportation opportunities on point-to-point basis in short and medium range flight lines and aims to set up a wide flight network with high flight frequency for guests.
Borajet Airlines, is the single and the first example of "Regional Airlines" in Turkey similar to other elite airlines in the many countries of the world.
Atlasglobal was the first airline to offer a “Fly&Bus” service, providing complimentary private airport shuttles in most of the cities where it operates scheduled flights. Atlasglobal also offers its international passengers connected flights around the world thanks to agreements with more than 70 foreign airlines.