Antalya International Airport is located in Turkey, 10 km from the city centre of Antalya. It has two international terminals and one domestic terminal.
The airport is the starting point for incoming tourists to resorts such as Kemer, Belek, Side, Alanya and others.
The official website of the airport is www.aytport.com.
How to get from the airport to Antalya and other cities
Wherever you’re going, you’ll first need to get to Antalya Central Bus Station (Otogar). From its international terminal (Sehirlerarasi Terminali), buses will take you almost anywhere in the country. There are several ways to get to the bus station.
The easiest way, of course, is by car. The journey takes about 20 minutes. You can rent a car directly at the airport.
You can also take a taxi, which is parked at the airport exit on the right-hand side. The taxis have a distinctive yellow colour scheme.
There’s a price booth in the car park, by the way.
However, you can get all the information you need at this site – www.antalyaairporttaksi.com.
A taxi will cost you 20-30 liras (€10-15) depending on the time of day.
The cheapest way to get to Antalya is on the Havaş buses (www.havas.com.tr), which leave from the domestic terminal. One-way fares are 10 liras (€5). The bus timetable can be found on the bus operator’s website.
The Havaş bus stand is opposite the Domestic departure passenger entrance. This means when you exit the terminal area, turn right and walk along the airport building.
Buses leave every 30 minutes.
Important: most flights arrive at Terminal 1, the distance between terminals is not great.
Dolmus shuttle buses also operate and will take you to the nearest public transport stop. The Dolmus are no different to the usual minibuses – they can be just as crowded.
The fare is 13 liras. Once you get off at the Deepo Shopping Centre, you can take a Dolmush, for instance, route 103, which goes all the way across town. Fares for public transport in Antalya range from 1.5-2.3 liras.