TRAVEL TO ISTANBUL

Coming to Istanbul by air
For the attendants coming from the directions mentioned below, the best way to reach Istanbul is by air.
Turkish Airlines is Turkey’s leading airline company, with 38 domestic and 125 international flights, 39 domestic and 127 international airports with a total of 166 airports. At all these points, sales / station units, agents and general sales agents are available to serve passengers.

More than 3,000 passengers a month arrive at Turkish Airlines via the Star Alliance website, which provides access to Turkish Airlines’ online opportunities.
Atatürk International Airport (main airport) is on the European side of Istanbul.
Atatürk International Airport
Atatürk International Airport (main airport) is on the European side of Istanbul.

Insurance: The Organizing Committee does not accept responsibility for accidents that may occur during the congress period and during the trips. Delegates are advised to buy travel insurance before leaving their country. In general, the insurance covers medical costs for accidental loss of property, injury or illness, and other possible risks of international travel.

Taxi from Ataturk Airport to the Grand Cevahir Hotel costs about 25 euros.

Transportation from Ataturk Airport to Taksim by the shuttle (HAVAŞ) (5 euros transfer to the first stop Taksim Square) and 12 euros transfer to the Grand Cevahir Hotel.

By Metro, it takes 14 minutes from Istanbul Atatürk Airport to Sultanahmet – Taksim station (2 euros) and then 2 stops to Şişli-Mecidiyekoy station (closest station to Grand Cevahir Hotel).