Antalya Airport (AYT)
Located a mere 10 km / 6 miles east from the Antalya city centre, Antalya International Airport (AYT) is situated on Turkey's Mediterranean Coast. Close to Yesilkoy, Buyukkumluca, Calkaya and Guzeloba, this facility operates an international, domestic and cargo terminal.
AYT Airport serves approximately 25 million passengers annually, most of whom are incoming tourists, arriving for sun, sea, sand and general Antalya holidays. Turkey's primary airport and the Mediterranean's number two after Mallorca, Antalya regularly appears within the top 100 list of worldwide airports and has experienced tremendous growth over the past decade. Amidst much publicity, the tender for passenger terminals has recently been awarded to Fraport and also the IC Group.
The airport is connected to Antalya city centre via the D400 road (Gazi Bulvan) and the journey takes approximately 20 minutes by car. Taxis can be hired from a rank outside of the Arrivals Hall, and the Havas Airport Shuttle Bus offers service to several of the city's major hotels as well as to the city centre. From the city of Antalya, transport along the surrounding coastline and into the countryside can be arranged, with the main destinations including Alanya, Korkuteli, Kumluca, Manavgat and Serik.
About Antalya Tourism
Antalya has been called 'the capital of Turkey's tourism', and it sits on a cliff in the midst of mountains and forests, set against the backdrop of the Mediterranean Sea. Located on the south-western side of Turkey and next to the Mediterranean Sea, the city of Antalya boasts ancient ruins, a nearby yacht harbour, and an archaeological museum.
Antalya Airport (AYT) is a gateway to the many coastal resorts of Turkey, such as Alanya, Anamur and Manavgat, which boasts more than 60 km / 37 miles of coastline and many beautiful sandy beaches. Seafood restaurants are plentiful around the main seaside resorts, using freshly caught fish from the nearby waters of the Mediterranean.
Antalya Airport (AYT):|
|Address: Highway D400, Antalya, Turkey|
|Airport Code: AYT
Tel: +90 242 330 3600
Fax: +90 242 330 3648