The Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) is the smaller of the two international airports in the Turkish city of Istanbul. It is located in the small Asian part of the city, about 40 km east of the Bosphorus . The airport was in January 2001 after the first female combat pilot in the world, Sabiha Gokcen, the adopted daughter of Kemal Ataturk , named.
Airlines and destinations
Sabiha Gokcen is mainly used for flights within Turkey and to international short-and medium-haul destinations in Europe and the Middle East. It serves as a basis for Pegasus Airlines , SunExpress and AnadoluJet . From German-speaking fly Air Berlin , German Wings , Germania and easyJet Pegasus Airlines and SunExpress and the airport directly. In addition Easyjet, Corendor, Lufthansa, JetairfLY are some of the other airlines that fly to Sabiha Gokcen airport. You can check the full list from their official site stated below of the page.
The General view of the airport