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|Airport of departure:||Amsterdam Airport (AMS)|
|Airport of arrival:||Antalya Airport (AYT)|
|Flight duration from Amsterdam to Antalya:||Average of 3 hours 55 minutes|
There are direct flights to Amsterdam departing from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport which is connected through various domestic flights to 33 different cities within Turkey as İzmir, Antalya, Balıkesir, Ankara.
Pegasus Airlines offers frequent flights to Amsterdam Airport Schipol which is known to be the primary international airport in the country. It is also regarded to be the third busies airport in Europe due to its high volume of passenger traffic as a result of frequent connections to the rest of the world. The airport is located only 9 km away from Amsterdam city center, in Haarlemmermeer.
Schipol Airport became the prominent connection point of the Netherlands in 1945 for civilian needs. It went under reconstruction after it had been severely damaged in the Second World War. The airport currently consists of three departure halls under a single terminal. It has a capacity of 50 million passengers annually and provides numerous facilities for all needs.
There are many transfer options to the city center. Railway is a comfortable option for those who would like to travel to other cities. The trains depart from the airport at one floor below the main hall which are running on a frequent basis from 06.00 am until 1.00 am. One-way ticket costs around 4.50 euros and can be purchased either at the ticket desks or from the vending machines at the arrival hall. It takes about 15 minutes to get to Amsterdam Central Station by train. Although being a rather convenient option do not forget to check the train schedules online.
There are also public buses providing service from the Airport to the city center. You can take bus number 397/ Amsterdam Airport Express or number 69 that depart from Schipol Plaza right outside the main hall. Amsterdam Airport Express offers a cheap and comfortable ride to the city for 6 euros. You may check the bus route in advance in order to determine the closest stop to your desired destination.
Alternatively, bus number 69 provides a relatively longer journey which takes about 40 minutes at the cost of 3 euros and ends at Amsterdam Sloterdjik train station. However, you may need to take another bus to get the Central Station from there. Bus lines number 300 and 361 are among the alternative means of transportation from the airport, depending on where you would like to go.
In order to get easier access to your place of accommodation, you may consider Schipol Hotel Shuttles that ride directly to the major city hotels from 06.00 am- 21.00 pm. The fare differs depending on travel type, the location of your hotel and number of adult passengers. You can reach all the relevant information online.
If you would like to find a more comfortable and faster option, you can book a taxi or consider car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Amsterdam has very highly developed public transportation; so it is easy to get around in Amsterdam using public transport. Amsterdam has 5 metro routes, 16 tram routes, 10 train stations, lots of regional buses. Also, Amsterdam is known as a bicycle-friendly city and using bicycles as a primary choice of transportation. You can rent bikes almost anywhere in the city.
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.
You can consider booking your ticket to Antalya in advance in order to benefit from promotions offered by Pegasus Airlines.
It takes about 3 hours 55 minutes to fly from Amsterdam Airport (AMS) to Antalya Airport (AYT).
The history of the city, beautiful nature, the sun, and the Mediterranean sea can be the reason to visit the city.
The ideal season is spring and autumn months due to mild weather conditions.
If you prefer to know the city, then 3-4 days can be enough. However, if you want to rest, then 1-week to a 2-week holiday will be good enough.
No, there is no travel card specifically for tourists. However, if you use public transportation, you will need AntalyaKart.
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