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Turkmenabat is a large industrial, commercial and cultural center of Turkmenistan. The economic attraction of this city has deep historical roots: once the Great Silk Road ran through this area where rich bazaars and magnificent caravanserais surprised the travelers and merchants.

The history of civil aircraft of Turkmenistan originates from 1927 when the first airline, which has connected Chardzhou with Tashauz through Tourtkul and Novo-Urgench was opened. On this airline, the Chardzhou aviation enterprise used the “Junkers” JU-13, and airplanes K-4. In total 8 airplanes have been engaged. In 1932, the civil air fleet of Turkmenistan has been replenished with new Soviet passenger airplanes. These К-5 and ANT-9. On their base in the same 1932, the air division which began to serve the airline Chardzhou-Tashauz directly, without intermediate airdromes was created in the Chardzhou airport.

Lebap velayat, the city of Turkmenabat, in 2018, the newly built international airport began to function successfully.

The certificate issued by the Munich Airport of the Federal Republic of Germany confirms the compliance of the new airport complex of the Turkmenabat International Airport with the requirements of the International Standards of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

Turkmenabat Airport International has a significant geographical advantage, as it occupies a convenient geographical position, located at the intersection of air routes leading from the CIS countries to Southeast Asia, Europe and America. More ...


To Partners

Turkmenabat International Airport welcomes partners.
Airlines

• Reliable, transparent, long-term relationships
• Access to the fast-growing tourism and business market
• Bonuses and marketing support for entering the market and for new directions

To Cargo Transporters

Full range of services, including :
• ground handling
• warehousing services
• agency booking and sale of freight

Director's office

phone: +99342294505 fax: +99342237222
e-mail: turkmenabat.airport@online.tm
operating mode: 09:00-18:00 (UTC+5)

CIP department

phone: +99342294605
e-mail: cip.turkmenabat@online.tm
operating mode: 24 hours a day

Office (Chancery)

phone: +99342294559 fax: +99342236678
e-mail: office.turkmenabat@online.tm
operating mode: 09:00-18:00 (UTC+5)

Accounting

phone: +99342294548 +99342294549
fax: +99342230621
e-mail: accounting-dept.turkmenabat@online.tm
operating mode: 09:00-18:00 (UTC+5)

Department contract of international relations

phone: +99364115967 +99342294678
e-mail: contract-dept.turkmenabat@online.tm
operating mode: 09:00-18:00 (UTC+5)

Planning and Economic Department

phone: +99342294554 +99342294639
e-mail: economic-dept.turkmenabat@online.tm
operating mode: 09:00-18:00 (UTC+5)

Production and dispatch service

phone: +99342294707; +99342294610
e-mail: pdsa.turkmenabat@online.tm
phone: +99365215436
operating mode: 24 hours a day


Hotel with 100 beds

The cozy rooms with modern design provides everything you need for work and leisure. As well as hotel guests can use the services of a beauty salon and gym. The hotel’s restaurant serves national and European dishes and is an excellent venue for various events. Guests can purchase national Turkmen souvenirs and gifts at the hotel’s shop. Breakfast buffet included room rate. More ...


Airport news

SBI-8535/36

The aircraft B-738 made a commercial landing by Sibiriski airlines at International Airport of Turkmenabat

Oct. 15, 2021, 10 a.m.


SVR-8432

The aircraft A-321 made technical landing by Ural Airlines company at International Airport of Turkmenabat

Oct. 12, 2021, 10:28 a.m.


A6ADK

The aircraft DHC8D made technical landing by Abu-Dabi aviation Airlines company at International Airport of Turkmenabat

Oct. 10, 2021, 1:28 p.m.


NWS-418

The aircraft boeing 738 made technical landing by Nordwind Airlines company at International Airport of Turkmenabat

Sept. 27, 2021, 6:43 p.m.


TCDZM

The aircraft BE-40 made a commercial landing by GENEL HAVACILIK airlines at International Airport of Turkmenabat

Sept. 24, 2021, 3:40 p.m.


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