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'''Theodosia Antoninus International Airport''' ([[wikipedia:Greek language|Aetolian]]: Διεθνής Αερολιμένας Θεοδοσία Αντωνίνος, ''Diethnís Aeroliménas Theodosía Antoninos'') ([[wikipedia:IATA airport code|IATA]]: '''THE''', [[wikipedia:ICAO airport code|ICAO]]: '''ATHA''') is a major international airport located in [[Antoninus]], 18 km southwest of central [[Theodosia]]. It is the busiest international air passenger gateway in Aetolia, handling 38,754,767 passengers in 2014. The airport features five passenger terminals and four runways and serves as a hub for both [[Aeolus]] and [[Aetolian Airways]].
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'''Theodosia Antoninus International Airport''' ([[wikipedia:Greek language|Aetolian]]: Διεθνής Αερολιμένας Θεοδοσία Αντωνίνος, ''Diethnís Aeroliménas Theodosía Antoninos'') ([[wikipedia:IATA airport code|IATA]]: '''THE''', [[wikipedia:ICAO airport code|ICAO]]: '''ATHA''') is a major international airport located in [[Antoninus]], 18 km southwest of central [[Theodosia]]. It is the busiest international air passenger gateway in Aetolia, handling 38,754,767 passengers in 2014. The airport features five passenger terminals and four runways and serves as a hub for both [[Aeolus]] and [[Aetolian Airways]].
  
 
It is built on Great Antoninus island in the delta of the [[Sinora River]]. It is connected to Theodosia city by the [[Xanthopoulos Memorial Bridge]], which carries the M455 motorway. It is also connected to the [[Theodosia Metro]]'s [[Delta line (Theodosia Metro)|Delta line]] at [[Antoninus metro station]].
 
It is built on Great Antoninus island in the delta of the [[Sinora River]]. It is connected to Theodosia city by the [[Xanthopoulos Memorial Bridge]], which carries the M455 motorway. It is also connected to the [[Theodosia Metro]]'s [[Delta line (Theodosia Metro)|Delta line]] at [[Antoninus metro station]].
  
It is currently one of two airports serving [[Theodosia]], with the other being [[Theodosia City Airport]], 4 km north of central Theodosia.
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It is currently one of two airports serving [[Theodosia]], with the other being [[Theodosia City Airport]], 4 km north of central Theodosia.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
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==Terminals==
 
==Terminals==
 
Terminal 1 serves domestic flights for Aetolian Airways and [[SAK Varkana]], as well as Aeolus Link.
 
Terminal 1 serves domestic flights for Aetolian Airways and [[SAK Varkana]], as well as Aeolus Link.
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Terminal 4 serves medium-haul international flights by Aeolus and members of the [[??? Alliance]].
 
Terminal 4 serves medium-haul international flights by Aeolus and members of the [[??? Alliance]].
  
Terminal 5 serves long-haul international flights by all airlines.  
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Terminal 5 serves long-haul international flights by all airlines.
 
 
  
 
==Destinations==
 
==Destinations==

Revision as of 08:27, 24 October 2016

Theodosia Antoninus International Airport
Διεθνής Αερολιμένας Θεοδοσία Αντωνίνος
Diethnís Aeroliménas Theodosía Antoninos
IATA: THEICAO: ATHA
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner District of Tavros
Operator Tavros Airport Authority
Serves Theodosia
Location Antoninus, Aetolia
Elevation AMSL  ft / 1 m
Coordinates Lua error: callParserFunction: function "#coordinates" was not found.
Website aeroliménastheodosía.co.ae
Map

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Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
07/25 3,800 12,467 Asphalt
16R/34L 3,900 12,795 Asphalt
16L/34R 4,000 13,123 Asphalt
16C/34C 3,700 12,139 Asphalt
Statistics (2015)
Passengers 38,754,767
Passenger change 14-15 Increase 4.8%
Aircraft movements 315,217

Theodosia Antoninus International Airport (Aetolian: Διεθνής Αερολιμένας Θεοδοσία Αντωνίνος, Diethnís Aeroliménas Theodosía Antoninos) (IATA: THE, ICAO: ATHA) is a major international airport located in Antoninus, 18 km southwest of central Theodosia. It is the busiest international air passenger gateway in Aetolia, handling 38,754,767 passengers in 2014. The airport features five passenger terminals and four runways and serves as a hub for both Aeolus and Aetolian Airways.

It is built on Great Antoninus island in the delta of the Sinora River. It is connected to Theodosia city by the Xanthopoulos Memorial Bridge, which carries the M455 motorway. It is also connected to the Theodosia Metro's Delta line at Antoninus metro station.

It is currently one of two airports serving Theodosia, with the other being Theodosia City Airport, 4 km north of central Theodosia.

History

Terminals

Terminal 1 serves domestic flights for Aetolian Airways and SAK Varkana, as well as Aeolus Link.

Terminal 2 serves domestic and short-haul flights for Aeolus.

Terminal 3 serves short and medium-haul international flights by non-Aetolian airlines.

Terminal 4 serves medium-haul international flights by Aeolus and members of the ??? Alliance.

Terminal 5 serves long-haul international flights by all airlines.

Destinations

Airlines Destinations Terminal
Aeolus Amundsen-Randvik, Asøn, Capua, Cartena, Koblenz, Masse, Malynohorod, Salzgitter, Siavoshan-Esfandan, Teriola, Tufo Terminal 4
Aeolus Blumenaue, Huwei-Gudong, Iskhal-Togdheer Terminal 5
Aeolus
operated by Aeolus Link
Palaiochori-Juktas, Palaiochori-Semasus, Skopelos, Lefki, Itanos, Kavala, Kopsi, Senaki, Sioni, Terjola, Elaia, Sozopolis, Avdira, Megaza, Myra, Fraxos, Leivathos, Kriovrisi, Astakos, Thyrasa, Ioannina Terminal 2
Aero Dinaridon Iskhal-Togdheer, Koblenz, Salzgitter, Teriola Terminal 5
Aetolien Fluglinie Adygekale, Skopelos Terminal 1
Aetolien Fluglinie Iskhal-Togdheer Terminal 5
Aetolien Fluglinie
operated by Nordluft
Palaiochori-Patras, Lefki, Itanos, Thyrasa, Sozopolis, Kavala, Episkopi, Kriovrisi, Leivathos, Fraxos, Falasia, Astakos, Elaia, Megaza Terminal 1
Avia Svaneti Adygekale Terminal 3
SAK Varkana Borjomi, Senaki Terminal 1