As the center of the region, Antalya is a destination you can easily travel via several highways, seaway, and most practically, airway. You can directly fly to Antalya International Airport with affordable prices by Pegasus Airlines. The journey from Istanbul to Antalya takes about 1 hour. You can reach Antalya via Istanbul. As one of the biggest city of Türkiye, finding flights to Antalya is usually easy and plane tickets are fairly-priced.
People who want to get to Antalya city center from the airport should consider the distance. The distance between the two is around 14 km. Buses are the cheapest means of transport, but they are not suitable for carrying luggage. There are also private buses from the airport to the city center. Going to the city center from the airport is also easy – just take the busses with numbers 600 or 800.
You can also find public transport all over the city, starting at 06.00. Bus number 600 travels between Antalya Airport and Antalya bus station every 30 minutes and bus number 800 transports every 2 hours between the airport and Lara area. Buses belonging to airlines operate according to arrival times. Contact your airline for more information.
Urban transportation is very easy in Antalya. Tram, public bus, water bus, commercial taxi options are available. Use them to get to every point of the city quickly. You can check the city bus service from Antalya here. You can easily reach many points from the airport by city bus lines. You can also use the buses to walk around the city. Tourists generally prefer water buses and trams. These means of transport provide a pleasant journey experience as well as crossing the sights. You can check the “Antray” tram schedule here.
Antalya Card is used for city transportation. If you are staying for more than one day, it is advantageous to purchase this card. Or you can choose disposable cards.
Airport Code: AYT
Distance from City Center: 13 km
The airport was started serving in 1998, the second International Terminal was opened in 2005, and the domestic terminal was operational in 2010. Antalya Airport was selected as the Best Airport among European Airports by Airports Council International (ACI) in 2011. It has a capacity of 35 million passengers annually.
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