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Adalya - Details

  • Gentílico: Adaliano
  • Capital: Adana
  • Cidade mais populosa: Adana
  • Maiores cidades: Adana, Mersin, Antakya, Kahramanmaraş, Tarsus, İskenderun, Osmaniye
  • Língua oficial: Turco e Árabe
  • Independência: da Turquia em 29 de Junho de 2049
  • Área: 53 380 km²
  • População: 13 523 465 hab.
  • Moeda: Cilicia (CIL)
  • Fuso horário: UTC+02 (EET)
  • Cód. ISO: ADA
  • Fronteiras: Mar Levantino, Mar de Cilicia, Golfo de İskenderun, Anburis, Ankoman, Capadócia, Gazama
  • Subdivisões: 6 districts
  • Organizações: ONU, FMI, OMC, OMT, OMS, UE, CDEL (Cooperação para o desenvolvimento da Europa de Leste) UPL (União dos países do Mar Levantino), OCI (Org. Cooperacão do Islamismo), Acordo Schengen

Adalya - Subdivisions

Name Capital Area Population
Capital District Adana 1 945 km² 3 268 860 hab.
Çukurova District Kozan 13 085 km² 1 247 053 hab.
Hatay District Antakya 5 524 km² 2 218 031 hab.
Kahraman District Kahramanmaraş 14 327 km² 1 644 851 hab
Mersin District Mersin 14 853 km² 2 564 468 hab.
Osmaniye District Osmaniye 3 767 km² 1 080 202 hab.

Adalya - Largest Cities

Rank Name Province Population
--- Cilician Metropolitan Region

(Adana-Tarsus-Mersin Metropolitan Area)

----- 7,312,581
--- Antakya Metropolitan Area ----- 1,618,031
--- Kahramanmaraş Metropolitan Area ----- 1,344,851
1 Adana Capital District 4,018,860
2 Mersin Mersin District 1,855,106
3 Antakya Hatay District 1,316,960
4 Kahramanmaraş Kahraman District 1,108,664
5 Tarsus Mersin District 1,068,615
6 İskenderun Hatay District 534,415
7 Osmaniye Osmaniye District 318,780
8 Silifke Mersin District 214,238
9 Kozan Çukurova District 179,943
10 Anamur Mersin District 112,610

Adalya - Airports & Airlines

Airport Name

IATA

ICAO

Hub for

Located In
Adana Sakirpasa International Airport ADA BCDA Adalya Airlines Adana, Capital District, Adalya
Adana - İncirlik International Airport UAB BCAI Adalya Airlines Adalya Cargo İncirlik, Capital District, Adalya
Adana Civil Aerodrome ----- BCAB Adana, Capital District, Adalya
Mersin - Tarsus International Airport MTA BCMA Levantine Air Atalar, Mersin District, Adalya
Kahramanmaraş International Airport KCM BCKM ----- Kahramanmaraş, Kahraman District, Adalya
Antakya Hatay International Airport HTY BCHT Sunrise Airways Aktaş, Hatay District, Adalya
Silifke International Airport SII BCSI ----- Silifke, Mersin District, Adalya
Çukurova Region International Airport CKR BCCU ----- Karsavran, Çukurova District, Adalya
Anamur International Airport ANA BCNM Levantine Air Anamur, Mersin District, Adalya
Elbistan Regional Airport EBI BCEB ----- Elbistan, Kahraman District, Adalya
Osmaniye Regional Airport OSM BCOS ----- Osmaniye, Osmaniye District, Adalya
Mut Regional Airport MWT BCMU ----- Mut, Mersin District, Adalya
Kozan National Airport XKZ BCKZ ----- Kozan, Çukurova District, Adalya
Military Airfield Name ICAO Located In Notes
İncirlik Military Base (İncirlik Int'l Airport) BCAI İncirlik, Capital District, Adalya This military airbase is hub for the Adalyan AirForce.
Kahramanmaraş Military Base (Kahramanmaraş Int'l Airport) BCKM Kahramanmaraş, Kahraman District, Adalya -----
Mut Military Base (Mut Airport) BCMU Mut, Mersin District, Adalya -----
Sambeyli Airfield BCSY Sambeyli, Çukurova District, Adalya -----
İskenderun Airbase BCID İskenderun, Hatay District, Adalya This airbase was built by Turkey Government in 2032.
Elbistan Military Airport BCEA Afşin, Kahraman District, Adalya -----
Samandağ Airfield BCSA Samandağ, Hatay District, Adalya -----
Airline Name IATA Hubs Subsidiaries Alliance Fleet
Adalya Airlines AD1 Adana Sakirpasa International Airport

Adana - İncirlik International Airport

Adalya Cargo

Sunrise Airways

SkyEurope n/a
Adalya Cargo ADL Adana - İncirlik International Airport ----- World Cargo n/a
Levantine Air 1LV Mersin - Tarsus International Airport

Anamur International Airport

----- ----- n/a
Sunrise Airways 1SU Antakya Hatay International Airport ----- Touristic Alliance n/a

Adalya - Railways

  • High Speed Rail

In 2100, AHT trains provide service on the following lines:

Line

Connected cities/stations

Lenght

Travel Time Top Speed Type of trains
HTH Adana - Mersin Adana-Kurtuluş - Adana-Şakirpaşa - Adana-Şakirpaşa Int'l Airport - Tarsus - Mersin-Tarsus Int'l Airport - Mersin 68km 0:23 250 km/h n/a
HTH Adana - Hatay Adana-Kurtuluş - Adana-İncirlik Int'l Airport - Ceyhan - Dörtyol - İskenderun - Antakya Int'l Airport - Antakya 191km 0:54 300 km/h n/a
HTH Northeast Corridor Adana-Kurtuluş - Kozan - Kahramanmaraş - Kahramanmaraş Int'l Airport - Elbistan - Golu 288km 1:22 300 to 350 km/h n/a
HTH Levantine Sea Adana-Şakirpaşa - Çukurova Region Int'l Airport - Mersin-Tarsus Int'l Airport - Mersin - Silifke - Anamur - Anburis 270km 1:16 300 to 350 km/h n/a
HTH Silifke - Karaman Silifke - Mut - Ankoman 91km 0:26 300 km/h n/a
HTH Adana - Kayseri Adana-Şakirpaşa - Pozanti - Cappadocia 77km 0:20 350 km/h n/a
HTH Adana - Gazientep Adana-Kurtuluş - Ceyhan - Osmaniye - Gazama 113km 0:32 350 km/h n/a

Adalya - Major Projects

Name Year Notes
Turkish Separatist War 2048 The Turkish Separatist War was a war caused by several separatist groups and parties that were growing due to the population's discontent with the political regime in the country, which had lived in a very rigid dictatorship since 2042, when the dictator was elected. He ordered a number of things that limited the power of the country's autonomous regions, established in 2028, which led to population revolt and the creation of separatist groups in all regions. On 11 July 2044, the Aegean Autonomous Region declared independence, and the following day, Turkey declared war on the Aegean. This war lasted about 6 months and the Aegean won with the help of NATO, the UN and the EU. After the victory, the country decided to support all separatist movements in turkey, with weapons and military, until the 29th of June 2049, where all unite and declare independence, killing the Turkish dictator and Turkey ceases to exist.
Cilician Metropolitan Region Project 2056 The Cilician Metropolitan Region is the largest metropolitan region in Adalya with over 7.3 million inhabitants in 2100. The region covers several cities, divided by the Capital District (where the biggest city is, Adana), Çukurova District and Mersin District. The Cilician Metropolitan Region spreads from Adana in the east, to the urban areas of the cities of Kabasakar, Tarsus, Atalar, Bahşiş and Mersin in the west.
New Berke Dam 2061 New Berke Dam was a project to build a new dam on the Ceyhan River, after the old dam collapsed due to a 6.1 earthquake on the Richter scale, with an epicenter near the city of Nurhak, in the Kahraman District.
Adana New Railway Stations 2069 -----
UEFA Euro 2072 2072 The 2072 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2072 or simply Euro 2072, was the 29th European Championship for men's national football teams organised by UEFA. The final tournament, held between 17 June and 10 July 2072, was co-hosted by Adalya and Anburis, and was won by Andaluzia, who beat Switzerland 3-1 in the final at the Adana Seyhan River Stadium, Adana, Adalya.
Levantine Sea Cruise Plan 2074 A plan to bring the biggest and most modern cruise ships to the Levantine Sea region, taking cruises between the 14 countries that are on the coast of the Levantine Sea and the Cilician Sea. It was a plan created by all the countries on the coast of these two seas, together with the European Union, the African Union, the Union of Levantine Countries (ULC) and the United Nations - World Tourism Organization. It was conceived, debated and presented together with the Black Sea Cruise Plan, a "twin" plan that consists of the same.
Port of Botaş - Ceyhan Expansion Plan 2082 -----
Adalya High Speed Rail (AHT) 2087 The Adalya Railways Company (ADS) started building high-speed rail lines in 2085. The company has branded its high-speed service as Adalya Hızlı Tren (AHT) which currently operates on several lines. The AHT is the only high-speed rail service in Adalya, with trains operating at speeds of up to 250 km/h or 350 km/h.
TOGG Tarsus Car Plant 2091 A factory of the automobile brand TOGG, which was founded in 2018 in the former Turkey and based in Gebze, a city that is now in Marmara. Since that year the company has only grown, having gone through only one difficulty, the separation of Turkey in several countries. Many factories were built in Europe, mainly in the countries of former Turkey, but also in some countries in central and southern Europe. This plant, near Tarsus, was planned in 2085 but was not completed until 2091 due to problems with land concessions. Once ready, it became TOGG's 3rd largest plant, on a list led by TOGG Gemlik Car Plant, in Gemlik, near Bursa, Marmara, together with TOGG Menemen Car Plant, next to İzmir, in the Aegean.

Adalya - Highways

Autoestrada Designação Trajeto Extensão
A1 Autoestrada Central Norte Kizlaç (Gazamanese border) - Bahçe - Ellek - Osmaniye - A2 - Dokuztekne - A3 - D817 - A2 - A6 - Adana - A22 - Kuyumcular - A5 - Tarsus - Takbas - Yanpar - Camili - A20 - Mersin - Bozon - Çesmeli (A2) 235 km
A2 Autoestrada Central Sul Anitli (Anburian border) - Anamur - Anamur Int'l Airport - Bozyazi - Tekmen - Aydincik - Yanisli - Akdere - Silifke - Silifke Int'l Airport - Atakent - Kizkalesi - Merkez - A1 - Mersin - A20 - Mersin-Tarsus Int'l Airport - Tarsus - A5 - Atalar - A19 - A22 - Adana - A6 - A2 - Yakapinar - Sirkeli - Ceyhan - Gunyazi - A1 - A3 / A16 388 km
A3 Autoestrada Sul Yayladagi (Northern Syrian border) - Senkoy - Harbiye - A18 - Antakya - Antakya Int'l Airport - A11 - Akincilar - A9 - Belen - İskenderun - Karsi - Dörtyol - Erzin - A2 - A14 - Hamidiye - A1 179 km
A4 Autoestrada Este Keklikoluk (Cappadocian border) - Mehmetbey - Göksun - A7 - Tekir - Kutul - Kahramanmaraş Int'l Airport - Kahramanmaraş - A12 - Çokyasar - Bahçelievler - A13 - Çöçelli (A15) 149 km
A5 Autoestrada Central Oeste Ömerli (Cappadocian border) - Pozanti - Akçatekir - Çamalan Bucagi - Damlama - A1 - Ozbek - Tarsus - A2 145 km
A6 Autoestrada Central Este Yeşilkent (Cappadocian border) - Tufanbeyli - Guzelim - Saimbeyli - Tulu - Feke - Kozan - D817 - Imamoglu - Mustafalar - A1 - Adana - Adana - İncirlik International Airport - A2 - Havutlu - Yuzbasi - Yemisli - Karataş 251 km
A7 Autoestrada Este Göksun (A4) - Koture - Afsin - Erçene - Elbistan - Elbistan Regional Airport - Demircilik - Topallı (Goluen border) 115 km
A8 Autoestrada Oeste Narlıdere (Ankomanian border) - Distas - Yapinti - A17 - Mut - Kemenli - Kargicak - Kaharacili - Silifke (A2) 113 km
A9 Autoestrada Sudeste Cilvegözü (Northern Syrian border) - Reyhanlı - Kircaoglu - A11 - Kirikhan - A21 - Topboğazı (A3) 63 km
A10 Autoestrada Regional Akbez (Gazamanese border) - Hassa - Demrek - Kirikhan (A9) 45 km
A11 Autoestrada Reyhanlı - Antakya Reyhanlı (A9) - Varışlı - Antakya (A3) 39 km
A12 Autoestrada Interior Oeste Belpınar (Gazamanese border) - Beyoğlu - Türkoğlu - Kahramanmaraş (A4) 40 km
A13 Autoestrada Interior Este Kizirli (Gazamanese border) - Pazarcık - Bahçelievler (A4) 37 km
A14 Autoestrada do Golfo de İskenderun A3 - Turunçlu - Botaş - Port of Botaş-Ceyhan - Narlık - A1 - Ceyhan - A2 35 km
A15 Autoestrada Interior Sul Karahüyük (Gazamanese border) - Çöçelli (A4) - Karabıyıklı (Gazamanese border) 17 km
A16 Autoestrada de Dörtyol A2 / A3 - Yeniyurt - Dörtyol - Karşı - A3 27 km
A17 Autoestrada Interior Norte Çamlıca (Ankomanian border) - Zeytinçukuru - A8 38 km
A18 Autoestrada Noroeste Antakya (A3) - Tomruksuyu - Kuşalanı - Samandağ 20 km
A19 Autoestrada Çukurova Region A2 - Kargili - Çukurova Region Int'l Airport 11 km
A20 Autoestrada de Mersin Camili (A1) - Yalınayak - Mersin - Karaduvar (A2) 9 km
A21 Autoestrada Nordeste A9 - Hatayhamamı (Northern Syrian border) 7 km
A22 Autoestrada de Adana - Oeste A1 - Büyükdikili - A2 5 km
A23 Autoestrada de Tarsus A1 - Tarsus - A2 6 km
A24 Autoestrada de Adana - Centro A1 - Adana - A2 4 km
A25 Autoestrada de Adana - Este A1 - Adana - Adana - İncirlik Int'l Airport - A2 5 km
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