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  • Mediterranean


    The Mediterranean coast of Türkiye offers year-round sunshine, a translucent turquoise sea and golden beaches. But it is much more than just a sea and sand holiday destination: this region has a rich history, including many ancient cities and civilisations that are thousands of years old. Add to this an unparalleled natural beauty with snow-capped mountains, majestic rivers, extensive forests of pine and cedar and deep canyons and you can begin to understand the enduring attraction of this wonderful region!

    Antalya Airport

    Antalya Airport (AYT) is the third busiest airport in Türkiye and Europe’s fifteenth busiest airport, mainly due to the large number of tourists celebrating their summer holiday in the south of Türkiye. It has two international terminals, due to the fact that the 70% of the passengers are foreigners, and one domestic terminal. Due to its importance during tourist season, Antalya is well-connected both to the city and other parts of region. The city centre is accessible by bus, tram and taxi from Antalya Airport. Terminal 2 is only used during the busy summer months and not connected to the AntRay tram line.

    Where is Antalya Airport situated?

    • Antalya Airport is located east of the city. The airport is easily accessible via the D400, this road connects the airport with the cities of Antalya, Side and Alanya. The distance from Antalya Airport to the centre of Antalya is 15 kilometres. By car, it takes 25 minutes to get to the centre of Antalya.

    How many terminals does Antalya Airport have?

    • The airport has three terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 for international flights and Terminal 3 (Domestic) for domestic traffic. Terminal 1 is connected to Domestic Terminal, but 2.5 kilometres away from Terminal 2.

     Adana Airport

    Adana is a city in southern Türkiye, located on the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea and 200 kilometres from the border with Syria. Adana Airport (ADA) is mainly used for domestic flights, but the number of international connections is growing. It is Turkish 6th busiest airport located only 2.5km of the historical city centre. The airport offers flights to 23 destinations both to Europe and Asia. The airport has daily flights to and from Ankara and İstanbul. Havaş airport buses serve Mersin and Osmaniye.

    Where is Adana Airport situated?

    • Adana-Sakirpaşa Airport is located 4 km west of the city centre, on the city’s outskirts.

    How many terminals does Adana Airport have?

    • The airport consists of two terminals, a Domestic Terminal and an International Terminal.

    Gazipaşa - Alanya Airport

    • Gazipaşa-Alanya Airport (GZP) is an airport in service in the Gazipaşa, Anamur, Alanya, Kargıcak, Kestel, Payallar, Avsallar, Okurcalar, Kızılağaç and Side areas of the Antalya Province in Türkiye. The airport opened for domestic flights in July 2010 with daily flights from İstanbul with Bora Jet.
    • International flights began in the 2011 holiday season, with flights from Amsterdam. Nowadays there are seasonal services to many German and continental European destinations.
    • The new airport is only 30 minutes by road from Alanya compared to a travel time of two hours between Alanya and Antalya Airport, which was previously the nearest airport, 120 km away.

    Hatay Airport

    • The Hatay Airport (HTY) has daily scheduled flights from the major cities, making it quick and easy to reach this corner of the country. It serves the cities of Antakya (25 km by road) and Iskenderun (45 km).
    • Hatay Airport is also an international airport. There are seasonal services to Jeddah, Riyadh and Doha.

    Isparta Süleyman Demirel Airport

    • Isparta Süleyman Demirel Airport (ISE), inaugurated on July 21, 1997, is an airport serving the city of Isparta in south-western Türkiye. Located in the Keçiborlu district, it is 28 km from the city. The airport is named after the 9th President of Türkiye, Süleyman Demirel, who was a native of Isparta.
    • The airport's passenger terminal which can also serve international flights, covers an area of 5,400 m² and has an annual capacity of 600,000 passengers. As well as domestic flights to İstanbul and Ankara there are also seasonal international flights to: Tehran–Imam Khomeini and Tabriz.