Istanbul Airport (IST) is the city’s, and Turkey’s, new ultramodern aviation center. The airport opened with limited service in November 2018. Full operations were moved from Istanbul Ataturk Airport in April 2019. The main passenger terminal is one of the largest indoor structures in the world. Its design incorporates Turkish architectural features taken from domes, arches, Turkish baths, mosques, and even the symbol of Istanbul, the tulip. A variety of amenities such as airline lounges, bank ATMs, cafés, duty free, hotels, prayer rooms, restaurants, and shops are available for travelers using the facility. There are more than 60 airlines providing air service. AtlasGlobal (KK), Onur Air (8Q), and Turkish Airlines (TK) use the airport as their main operating base. The location is 24 miles/39 kilometers from the center of Istanbul.