Flights from Tokat

Tokat Airport is an airport operated by the Turkish Government Airport Management. The airport is located at 40.311667 latitude and 36.373611 longitude, within the city of Tokat, in the inner Black Sea region of Turkey. The airport functions with one asphalt-surfaced runway that measures around 1,900 metres or 6,300 feet.

Where to go

Turkey boasts Pamukkale, Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Chora Church, Basilica Cistern, Galata Tower, Golden Horn, in addition to a few more. Focusing on Pamukkale, the name Pamukkale means ‘cotton castle’ in Turkish. Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as of 1988, the natural site has terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water from the hot springs. The travertine terrace formations have hot springs that range between 35 degrees Celsius or 95 degrees Fahrenheit and 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit. The hotels that have been built around the area in the past have been demolished since they were draining the thermal waters into their swimming pools, which in turn caused for the terraces to be damaged over time. Currently, there are still hotels but they have limited water supply. Lastly, when looking into visiting the terraces, visitors are only allowed to follow the main pathway, with a couple small pools available for use.

Short-haul destinations via Sabiha Gökçen International Airport include Rome, Italy; Munich, Germany; and Kuwait City, Kuwait. The flights to these destinations will take an hour to four hours. Kuwait City features Kuwait Towers, Grand Mosque, Liberation Tower, Kuwait Zoo, Kuwait National Museum, Kuwait Science and Natural History Museum, Bayan Palace, and more. Established in the early 1980s, the Kuwait National Museum is Kuwait’s national museum that was designed by Michel Ecochard. The museum has around five buildings, with the main building connected to each other via elevated walkways. Museum architect and designer, Ecochard, stated that the museum’s layout and grouping correspond to the knowledge of the Arabian peninsula, with its history, civilization, as well as geography.

Long-haul destinations via Istanbul Atatürk Airport include destinations within Asia include Osaka, Japan; Hong Kong; and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These three destinations can be reached within nine to ten hours give or take. Osaka is home to attractions such as Osaka Municipal Museum of Fine Art, Ame-Mura or American Town, Osaka Museum of History, HEP Five Ferris Wheel Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Umeda Sky Building, Floating Garden Observatory, Shitennoji Temple, Universal Studios Japan, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, and Osaka Castle. Osaka’s Museum of Oriental Ceramics houses one of the best ceramic-collections worldwide. The Japanese museum is known to collect, study, conserve, exhibit, and interpret East Asian ceramics, especially pieces that came from China and Korea. The museum is home to the world-famous Ataka Collection, and Rhee Byung-Chang Collection. Founded in the early 1980s, the museum’s top pieces include Celadon cave with Iron Brown Spots and Tenmoku Glaze bowl with Silvery Spots, just to name a few.

How to get out

Tokat Airport only operates one flight to Istanbul via Borajet through Sabiha Gökçen International Airport. The main airport in Istanbul is the Istanbul Atatürk Airport fly to Athens, Moscow, Algiers, Paris, Belgrade, Rome, Baku, Taipei, Mumbai, Leipzig, Kiev, Saint Petersburg, New York, Pisa, Ho Chi Minh City, Hamburg, Cape Town, Zürich, Doha, Oslo, Tehran, Casablanca, Amsterdam, via Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Algérie, Air France, Air Serbia, Asiana Airlines, Alitalia, AtlasGlobal, Azerbaijan Airlines, Belavia, KLM, Lufthansa, Onur Air, Qatar Airways, Aeroflot operates by Rosiya, Swiss International Air Lines, Qeshm Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and Ukraine International Airlines, in addition to many more.

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