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Ankara Esenboga airport offers foreign exchange services which are provided by the bank and exchanges office. For enhanced service delivery, the airport has two exchange offices located at the terminal building. There are also 7 ATMs to aid the passengers who may need to carry out transactions.
The airport offers lounges both at the domestic and international terminals. The primeclass lounge, located at the domestic lounge, provides services such as beverages, snacks, magazines and newspapers, internet access and a business corner. The comfort lounge, located at the international terminal, offers internet access, a self-service buffet and snacks, fax, and shower, among other services.
Yes, the airport considers the needs of disabled passengers by creating obstacle-free pathways for ease of access. It also offers 47 lavatories for the passengers effectively distributed across different buildings within the airport. It also provides ramps in designated places to aid in movement. The airport also spares 12 special parking spaces for the passengers, which are also offered free of charge.
Yes, there are several companies that offer car rental services within the airport. At the International Arrivals area, Thrifty, Payless and other operators have desks to serve their clients while Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt and Europcar have their spaces at the domestic section. The numerous rental agencies ensure you pick the best agency of your preference.
You’ll need to travel 16 miles to reach the Ankara city center from Ankara.
Ankara is served by Ankara, also commonly referred to as Ankara Esenboğa, Esenboga, or Esenboga Intl. The airport code is ESB.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Ankara is Sunday. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Wednesday.
The cheapest month for flights to Ankara is March. On the other hand, the most expensive months are June and July.
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Smooth fly except Take off too much rattling. Food quality have to be improve entertaining video was bad not really entertained. overall journey was nice, no turbulence
Airport jammed with delayed flights, especially of the cheap airlines
It didn't happen; Sun Express cancelled the flight, even more, the route to that destination. I got a full refund, which of course was not enough to buy a new ticket so close to the date of travel
Checkin with agent-no eye contact, no words. No smile. Agents late to open checkin counter. Flight was full. Child in back of my seat pushing with legs and feet, thus moving the backrest of my chair. No attendants during the flight, only before takeoff and at landing. Plane ride itself was smooth and quick. Good pilot landing at airport.
Had extra leg room seats which were really good, no entertainment on flight but had downloaded stuff to watch from Netflix, good and drink was expensive in the flight
Our seats smelled like someone puked on them and they were not cleaned up. It was nauseating the entire flight. Plus their planes are not comfortable. We don’t recommend them.
Long lines to check in at 5 am on October 22 and no nowhere to sit at Izmir airport waiting for the Munich bound flight ticket check in to open.
They literally destroyed our luggage, 3 out of 4 wheels broke, the luggage had some sort of oil (smelled like olive oil) all over the luggage and even damaged some of the items inside (as the luggage cracked everywhere this oily substance got in).
The WiFi didn’t work throughout the whole flight. So we couldn’t access the entertainment and we couldn’t even access the English food menu since the QR code only works if you’re on the plane’s WiFi.
Crew was helpful; food was horrible AND expensive; they had us wait on the tarmac on a bus for nearly 30 minutes; the flight departed more than 90 minutes late and weather was NOT an issue. Miserable really, but at least my luggage arrived and we didn’t die - could have been worse I guess.
The staff is super nice and happily works with everyone in need of something. Prepare to have cash in Euro on you to buy drinks and food.
Wasn’t able to check in online and checkin line at airport took over an hour