General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMI)

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The management of the airports in Turkey and provision of the air traffic service and its control in Turkish Airspace is performed by General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMI).


Forming the infrastructure of Turkish Civil Aviation Sector by its facilities and installations, the organization has continued providing services with different names and status since 1933.

DHMI, whose accountability is restricted by its capital, is judicial and autonomous in its activities. The services provided by DHMI is regarded as concession by the latest legal regulation related with the Ministry of Transportation.

The goals and the activities of the organisation determined by its Principle Statute are as follows:

Their Vision

Their Vision in the provision of civil aviation activities is to provide air navigation services and operate aerodromes.

Their Mission

Their Mission is to follow-up modern aviation technology, be open to new technical and operational developments, carry out short and medium term planning, ensure high quality training of staff and take adequate measures with the aim of providing a better service.

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Location

General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMI)
Konya Yolu Uzeri 06330
Etiler / ANKARA
Turkey

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Telephone: 
+ 90 312 - 204 20 00
Fax: 
+ 90 312 - 212 39 17

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