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|Airport of departure:||Queen Alia International Airport (AMM)|
|Airport of arrival:||Antalya International Airport (AYT)|
|Flight duration from Amman to Antalya:||Average of 1 hour 30 minutes|
There are direct flights between Amman - Antalya, and also Amman - Ankara. Moreover, there are 21 connection flights via Ankara and Antalya. You can fly to Kyiv, Stockholm and 8 more cities through these flights.
Amman Queen Alia International Airport is located at 30 km south of Amman.
Amman Airport was built in 1983, and it is the largest airport in Jordan. There are two terminals; Terminal 2 is opened in 2013 and expanded in 2016. It has a capacity of 12 million. There are several restaurants, cafès, playgrounds for children, free WiFi connection, and prayer rooms at the airport. Amman airport is used nearly by 40 airlines all around the World.
Transportation is provided through buses and services. Airport Express Bus called "Sariyah Airport Express" runs between North Bus Station and the Airport. The route includes; Housing Bank Complex, Fourth Circle, Fifth Circle, Six Circle, and Seventh Circle bus stations. It leaves from the bus stop in front of the North Terminal 2. The Express bus runs every 30 – 60 minutes for 24 hours. Besides, local buses leaves from Abdali, JEET, Tabarbour stations in the city. Taxi and car rental services can provide you faster and more comfortable transportation. You can make your reservation by using the Pegasus online car rental web page. Filling in asked information about your identity, and the trip will allow you to make your reservation.
In Amman, city transportation includes public (white) / private (yellow) taxis, mini-busses, and buses. Although it is not so common, there is a bus fare cash card that can be reloaded, and used as a ticket in buses.
There are 9 direct flights from Antalya airport to Izmir, Amman, Kayseri, Krasnodar, Tel Aviv, Trabzon, Lefkosa, Antalya and Istanbul. Also, there are 216 connected flights from Antalya Airport via Adana, Ankara, and Istanbul.
Fraport TAV Antalya Airport is 13 km away from the city.
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.
The usual public transportation is provided through shuttles and busses. The shuttle called HAVAS connects the airport to the city. The route follows: Erasta Mall, Antalya Bus Station, Akdeniz University, Kemer Bus Stop, and 5M Migros Mall.
The bus number 600 connects the airport to Antalya bus terminal, as well. The bus follows the given route: Antalya Airport, Serik Street, Aspendos Boulevard, Topcular, Mevlana Avenue, City center, Markantalya Shopping Center, 100. yıl Avenue, Tarık Akıltopu Street (Hospital), Meltem Boulevard, Akdeniz University, Antalya Courthouse, and finally Antalya Bus Station. The bus number 800 links the airport with the Lara district. The bus number 400 goes to the Sarisu region. Taxis and car rental services provide faster and more comfortable transportation. Pegasus helps the car rental process through its web site.
You can easily rent a car by filling the blanks on the web site and use worldwide car rental services via Pegasus.
In Antalya, transportation is composed of buses, mini-buses, trams, and taxis. The light railway system includes two lines: The nostalgic tram connects Museum to Zerdalilik, and the modern tram links Fatih to Meydan stations. AntalyaKart is the smart card that is used for public transportation.
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