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Qabala International Airport

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Airport type  Public
Serves  Qabala
16/34  3,600
Phone  +994 24 205 44 11
Passenger count  55,651
Operator  Government
Location  Qabala, Azerbaijan
Elevation  285 m
Yearly aircraft movements  918
Qabala International Airport
Address  Aghdash-Zaragan Highway, Azerbaijan
Similar  İcra Hakimiyyəti, Qafqaz Sport Hotel, Gabala City Hotel, Qafqaz Riverside Hotel

Qabala International Airport (Azerbaijani: Qəbələ Beynəlxalq Aeroport) (IATA: GBB, ICAO: UBBQ) is an airport serving Qabala (also known as Qəbələ or Gabala), the capital of the Gabala district (rayon) in Azerbaijan. The airport was officially opened by President Ilham Aliyev on 17 November 2011.



The airport resides at an elevation of 935 feet (285 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 16/34 with an asphalt surface measuring 3,600 by 60 metres (11,811 ft × 197 ft).

Runway 16 is equipped with an ILS CAT II, which enables aircraft operations in low ceiling (30 meters) and visibility (350 meters).

Airlines and destinations

From March to October 2016 Gabala was the Azerbaijan gateway for Pegasus flights from Istanbul, but these were suspended due to lack of demand.


Qabala International Airport Wikipedia

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