Find the cheapest flight to Bodrum

The Milas-Bodrum Airport (airport code BJV) is the main international airport serving the resort area of Bodrum – and it is also commonly known simply as Bodrum Airport. The airport itself lies more than 30km outside Bodrum, 16km outside the town of Milas, and only a few kilometers away from the beautiful Greek Island of Kos.

Bodrum Airport has flights both within the country and to other major cities in Europe. Many of the airlines fly only seasonally, during peak tourist seasons, and some are also charter airlines rather than regular commercial airlines. Because the airport does not have a website we could find, here is a list of the airlines serving Bodrum: Air Berlin, Atlasjet, Corendon Airlines, First Choice Airways, Fly Air, Freebird Airlines, Imair Airlines, Jat Airways, Martinair, SunExpress, Onur Air, Pegasus Airlines, Rossiya, Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomsonfly, transavia.com, Turkish Airlines, and XL Airways.

Passenger services at Bodrum Airport include a cafeteria area, some shops, a cash machine, currency exchange, and an information desk. There is a car rental desk in the airport, and also taxi services which stop at the airport. For a cheaper option, you can also take a shuttle bus from the airport into central Bodrum – but these shuttles do not have a regular schedule, instead only operating in conjunction with the arrival of some domestic flights that come into Bodrum. Ask at the information desk if there will be a shuttle you can take, or whether you will need to take a taxi.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to Bodrum, and then read about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Bodrum

The town of Bodrum is relatively small, but its position on the Aegean coast has made it a magnet for sun-seeking tourists for years. In addition to the sun and surf, which are the most obvious attractions here, you can also see ancient ruins in and around Bodrum and even visit the nearby Greek Island of Kos.