Antalya Airport Guide and Facilities
Ten kilometres east of Antalya, Antalya Airport has one domestic terminal, sandwiched between two modern international terminals located 1.5 kilometres apart.
You can fly direct from Antalya to Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Glasgow, Humberside, London Stanstead, London Gatwick, London Luton, Manchester and Newcastle. Flights are very regular in the summer and drop off during the winter, but you can easily reach Antalya via Istanbul during the winter months (December to March). There are daily flights to and from Ankara and Istanbul.
A bus service between the airport and Antalya City is frequent and fast and timed to flight arrivals and departures. There are plenty of taxis available, but taxis can be expensive – up to TL50 depending on where you’re going.
Antalya airport has eight bars and restaurants, a bank, several currency exchange booths, cash machines, a large number of duty free shops and a post office.
The Antalya region caters to a diverse range of visitors: city-lovers can explore Antalya City, those wanting sun, sea, historical ruins and parties can head to Alanya. Belek boasts some of Europe’s best golf courses, and you can even ski at Kemer. There are party towns, fishing villages and ruined ancient cities. It’s no wonder that Antalya is a firm favourite with British holidaymakers, with visitor numbers to the area rising every year.