Izmir Airport, on Turkey's west coast, is officially called Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport and is named after the former Turkish prime minister.
The airport is situated 18 kilometers southwest of Izmir's city center. Subways and buses connect the airport with the city and many towns in between, but also with towns south of the airport. The airport lies along the road to Selçuk, Ephesus, and Pamukkale, and is therefore easily reachable by car.
The airport has a beautiful shopping area and some restaurants and coffee shops, including a coffee shop with no less than ninety different types of coffee. There's a VIP lounge (the Millennium Lounge) and the Orty Airport Hotel has some (small) meeting rooms available for business meetings. The business hotels in Izmir's center dispose of larger meeting and conference rooms. The airport has public computers with internet connection and wireless internet. Other facilities at Izmir Airport include banks, ATMs, exchange offices, and prayer rooms for Muslims.
In the aviation industry Izmir Airport is indicated by the abbreviations ADB (IATA airport code) and LTBJ (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Izmir Airport.