Baku Airport Arrivals

GYD Arrivals today

Address: AZ1109, Baku, Bina settlement, Azerbaijan
IATA Airport Code: GYD
ICAO airport code: UBBB
Alias: Heydar Aliyev Int’l Airport and Bina International Airport

Baku Heydar Aliyev International airport arrivals

Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport is located 13 miles northeast of Buka city. You can easily take a shuttle bus to the center and back, even 24/7. You will arrive at a metro station where you can continue to your destination. It is of course also possible by taxi, which will cost 25-35 AZN to the center. Baku Airport Arrivals go through the 2 available runways.


When you arrive at the terminal, it will usually be at Level 2. From here you also have to go through the passport control and then go to Level 1 for the baggage claim.


Passengers statistics

In 2019, 4,730,000 passengers used the airport to fly. That is a significant increase compared to a few years ago. Where it slowly grew from 1970 (500k passengers) to 2012 (3 million passengers), the Baku Heydar Aliyev airport arrivals have grown well. There were 4.7 million passengers in 2019, but that dropped to just over a million due to the corona virus.

Airlines and destinations

Most of those GYD airport arrivals are with AZAL Azerbaijan Airlines and Silk Way Airlines. Other airlines that have flights to this airport are Aeroflot, AnadoluJet, Buta Airways, Etihad, Gulf Air, Israir, Kuwait Airways, Ural Airlines and some others.

Destinations go all over the world such as London Heathrow, New York JFK, Beijing, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Moscow–Domodedovo, Moscow–Vnukovo,, Istanbul, Kabul, Ankara, Dubai, Yekaterinburg, Izmir, Chicago ORD etc. Baku Arrivals have increased by 50 percent in recent years. This just shows that it is becoming more and more popular.

There are also many Baku Heydar Aliyev flight arrivals from cargo flights. These flights are operated by Cargolux but mainly by Silk Way West Airlines. There are routes to destinations all over the world such as Amsterdam Airport, New York, Kuala Lumpur, London, Seoul, Tehran and Baghdad.