Find the cheapest flight to Antalya

Antalya Airport (airport code AYT) is 10 km from the center of the Mediterranean city of Antalya, which is Turkey’s top holiday destination. For what might otherwise be a smaller destination, Antalya Airport is pretty big and handles almost 10 million people coming through every year. That should give you some idea of how popular the area is! If you are not already in Europe and you are having trouble finding an inexpensive flight directly to Antalya, you might try flying to a different European destination (like Amsterdam, Berlin or Istanbul) and then catching a cheap flight on a European airline to Antalya.

For flight arrival information, go to this page – and for flight departure information, go here. There is a terminal map here, complete with little squares indicating that there are at least 12 trees around the airport. There are restaurants, cafes and bars in various points around the Antalya Airport, and you can find them all here. And if you have any money leftover after your vacation, you can spend it at the Duty Free shops listed here. To get from the Antalya Airport to those beautiful Mediterranean beaches, you can take a taxi or a bus – and information about both, including rates and travel times, is here. If you would rather rent a car, you can do that from one of the agencies listed here.

Be sure to check these deals on international airfare to Turkey, and then read through our Antalya Travel Guide to figure out what to do and where to stay once you arrive.

More Information on Antalya

Antalya is a jewel on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, and an incredibly popular beach destination for Turkish vacationers and people from all over Europe. With all kinds of water sports to enjoy between your hours of sunbathing, it is the quintessentially perfect place for lovers of sun and sand. If you feel your brain beginning to atrophy from lack of use, however, you can also wander the quiet streets of the old quarter and admire the historic buildings and then fulfill your culture quota with a trip to the archaeology museum. And then you can head back to the beach.