Dalaman Airport Guide
Also known as Mugla Airport, Dalaman is located five kilometres south of Dalaman, on Turkey’s southwest coast.
The airport’s international terminal and domestic terminal are around 200 metres apart.
Shuttle buses run regularly between the airport and the surrounding areas. You can travel 70 minutes to Fethiye for TL17 or 90 minutes to Marmaris for TL23. There are also numerous taxis available.
Dalaman Airport has ten cafes/restaurants, a number of shops, a business lounge, and WiFi access for anyone wanting to check their emails while waiting for their flights.
During the summer there are regular flights from Dalaman to Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Humberside, Leeds, London Stansted, London Gatwick, London Luton, Manchester, Newcastle and Norwich. During the winter you can fly to Dalaman via Istanbul, as there are flights between the two cities daily.
The compact region of Dalaman is a tranquil and beautiful area, with pine forests and stunning beaches. The area enjoys 300 sunny days a year.
Visit Akkaya, an underdeveloped town untouched by tourism, or Dalaman, touted to become a popular tourist destination with a number of new developments underway. The area is home to the rare Loggerhead turtle, and a number of its beaches are protected under environmental law.