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Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, it is important to know the transportation options at your nearest airport. This blog aims to provide information on all of your ground transportation options at major airports.
The goal for the blog is to provide a one stop shop for all transportation information you need at an airport. The blog will cover all airports in the United States and Canada, so it will be very convenient for our readers.
The blog will have the following sections:
– Transportation options from the airport to your final destination
– Maps of the airport
– Information about parking near the airport
– Reviews of hotels near the airport
– Reviews of restaurants near the airport
– Review of shopping near the airport
The nearest airport is Baltimore Washington International Airport, and the cheapest way to get there is by bus. Bolt Bus offers $1 fares for rides from Washington, DC to Baltimore BWI Airport.
To get to the Greyhound station from Union Station, take the Red Line train from Union Station towards Shady Grove. Get off at Gallery Place Chinatown and transfer to the Green/Yellow line towards Greenbelt. Get off at Mt Vernon Square and walk three blocks to 7th St NW & New York Ave NW.
From here you can take a Greyhound bus for $6.50 to BWI Airport.
The Amtrak train offers similar options with prices around $16 to $20 dollars.
IST Airport is the main international airport serving Istanbul and the largest airport in Turkey by total number of passengers, destinations served and aircraft movements. It was opened on 3 May 2000 as part of a 30-year build-operate-transfer venture, based on a $2.5 billion deal with a consortium led by TAV Airports Holding Company.
As of 2017, it serves 62 million passengers annually, making it one of the fastest growing airports in Europe. It is also the busiest airport for cargo traffic in Turkey and the 10th in Europe. The airport is located in Yeşilköy, on the European side of Istanbul, 35 km (22 mi) west of Sultanahmet Square.
The IST Airport is the main international airport serving Istanbul, and the biggest airport in Turkey. It is located between Arnavutköy and Yeşilköy, about 24 km northwest of the city center. Owned and operated by DHMİ, it will be replaced by the new Istanbul Airport once it is completed.
The airport has three terminals, with Terminal 2 being used for international flights and Terminal 3 mainly for domestic flights. In addition, a dedicated terminal (called VIP Terminal) is available for use by the President of Turkey as well as other state leaders and dignitaries.