The Aegean Region of Türkiye has beautiful landscapes, dazzling coastlines, immaculate beaches, pine woods and olive groves. Perfect for nature lovers, photographers, history buffs and adrenaline junkies. Many popular holiday villages and fishing harbours are scattered along the coast. İzmir is the third most populous city in Türkiye and second largest urban area on the Aegean Sea after Athens.
The Aegean Coast boasts some of Türkiye’s best beaches and chicest resorts. The Bodrum and Marmaris peninsulas are where the trendy and well-heeled go to summer and to be seen. They are also home to some of the best summer months nightlife. Around İzmir are some great resorts. Çeşme is one of the most touristic regions and boasts turquoise sea and golden sand on Blue Flag beaches.
İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport
İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport (ABD) is located south of İzmir and is named after Adnan Menderes, a former prime minister. The airport is mainly used by Pegasus Airlines and SunExpress. It is one of the leading airports in Türkiye in terms of the diversity of international travel destinations served. With a capacity of 12 million passengers, the airport is also one of the busiest.
It is a good base for travellers going to Selçuk (Ephesus), Şirince, Kuşadası, and Pamukkale, with many flights daily to and from İstanbul and Ankara. İzmir city buses run between the airport and the city centre, but the train is the better way to go. Havaş airport buses serve the city centre of İzmir (Alsancak and Karşıyaka), and also the nearby cities of Aydın, Çeşme, Kuşadası, Manisa and Söke
Where is İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport situated?
- İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport is situated south of the city. The airport is located in the Gaziemir district, part of the İzmir Province, and can be reached via the Otoyol 30 (O-30) and Otoyol 31 (O-31) motorways.
How many terminals at İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport?
- The New International Terminal was commissioned in 2006, however the airport is mainly used for domestic flights (80%). The international terminal is north of the domestic terminal, both are connected to each other.
Dalaman Airport (DLM) is located in the south-west of Türkiye and is mainly used for charter flights filled with tourists, ready to celebrate their holiday on the Turkish Riviera. If you’re going on holiday to Marmaris or Fethiye, then probably you’ll fly to Dalaman Airport. The town of Dalaman is hardly visited by tourists.
With a passenger capacity of ten million, the International Terminal of the Dalaman Airport can now easily cater to the increasing number of passengers and flights to this touristic coastline of Türkiye.
Dalaman International Airport has been awarded many domestic and international awards including the “AR Awards for Emerging Architecture”, and earned a place in aviation literature as the 13th most beautiful airport worldwide in 2007
Where is Dalaman Airport situated?
- The airport is located east of Marmaris and south of Dalaman, it is accessible from the east and west via the D400.
How many terminals has Dalaman Airport?
- Dalaman Airport has two terminals. The modern international terminal (New International Terminal), opened in July 2018, is the main terminal at the airport. The other terminal, opened in 2006, serves domestic flights.
Milas - Bodrum Airport
Milas-Bodrum Airport (BJV) is in the southwest of Türkiye between the cities of Milas and Bodrum (33 km to the south), hence the name. The airport is increasingly popular among holidaymakers who arrive on direct flights from various European destinations. The tourism sector is one of the most important factors that increase the international prestige of a country and this region is one of the top destinations in the country. The airport started serving international flights in 1998, and it has a capacity of 5 million passengers. There are daily flights to and from İstanbul. Havaş airport buses to and from Bodrum are coordinated with domestic flights.
How to get to Milas-Bodrum Airport ?
- It is situated northeast of Bodrum. By car, you can reach the airport via the D330 (Mugla Bodrum Yolu), this road connects Milas-Bodrum Airport with Milas and Bodrum.
How many terminals has Milas-Bodrum Airport?
Milas-Bodrum Airport has two terminals. In June 2012, the new International Terminal was put into operation, the old International Terminal is now used as Domestic Terminal (domestic flights).
Kütahya Zafer Airport
- Kütahya Zafer Airport (KZR) is an international regional airport that serves the cities of Kütahya, Afyonkarahisar and Uşak. The airport has opened on 25 November 2012.
- As well as domestic services to İstanbul there are seasonal international services to Düsseldorf.
- The only terminal building is designed for domestic as well as for international passenger service. The building has 19 check-in counters and four gates. International passengers are handled at eight border checkpoints. There are four baggage carousels at the arrival hall. Zafer airport's annual capacity is planned to be two million passengers
Denizli Çardak Airport
- Denizli Çardak Airport (DNZ) is 64 km east of Denizli city centre, 71 km east of Pamukkale, past Bozkurt then south of the D320 highway
- It is served by daily Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Air flights from İstanbul. There are seasonal charter flights from Tehran. It
- Uşak Airport (USQ) is the main airport of the city of Uşak in the Aegean region of Türkiye.
- It is served by Turkish Airlines from both İstanbul Aiports.