ANTALYA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AYT)
|Antalya Airport Location City: Antalya
|Antalya Airport Time Zone: Europe/Istanbul (GMT +2:00)
|Antalya Airport IATA Kod : AYT
|Antalya Airport ICAO KOD : LTAI
|Antalya Airport Geographic Coordinates : 36°54`01"N, 30°47`34"E
|Antalya Airport Year of entry into service : 1960
|Antalya Airport Status : Civilian
|Antalya Airport Runway Lengths
Runway 1 (36R/18L) :3400x45 mt
Runway 2 (36C/18C) :3400x45 mt
Runway 3 (36L/18R) :2990x45 mt
|Distance from Antalya Airport to Cities:
Distance from Antalya Airport to the City Center :13 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Kemer: 57 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Belek: 28 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Beldibi: 42 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Serik: 30 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Side: 65 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Manavgat: 65 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Alanya: 125 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Gazipaşa: 165 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Finike: 125 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Kaş: 200 km
Distance from Antalya Airport to the Kalkan: 230 km
Antalya Airport: Antalya International Airport ( IATA Code: AYT, ICAO code: LTAI); It is located in Antalya's tourism capital of Turkey, which is 13 km east of the city center. The distances to other known tourist centers are: Alanya 125 km, Serik 30 km, Manavgat 65 km, Side 65 km, Gazipaşa 165 km, Kemer 57 km, Finike 125 km, Kas 200 km, Kalkan 230 km. These centers are provided with transportation buses, taxis and intercity buses. You can easily access this information on our other pages.
Antalya Airport opened in 1960, it is today the largest airport after Turkey's Istanbul Ataturk Airport. When evaluated according to passenger traffic, it is the 15th busiest airport in Europe (according to the total number of passengers in 2015). As of the end of 2021, the Total Number of Passengers (arrival-departing): 4.765.985 and the International Passenger Number (inbound-outbound): 17,247,876, and the Total Number of Passengers: 22,013,861. Compared to 2021, an increase of 127% was achieved.
Antalya Airport (Antalya Airport) is established on an area of approximately 13.000 m2. Antalya Airport; There are 3 runways. The length of the two pistes is 3,400 meters and the length of the other pistons is 2990 meters.
Antalya Airport has a Domestic Terminal, 2 International Terminals (T1, T2), VIP and CIP terminals, and these terminals serve passengers.
It takes time to reach the terminals due to the security measures applied at the entry points of Antalya Airport. Passengers need to be aware of the fact that they need to arrive at the airport earlier, taking this into account.
1. International Terminals (T1) have been opened. International flights are made from 1st International Terminal (T1)
and from 2st International Terminal (T2)
Transportation to Antalya Airport is provided by Havaş Shuttle buses, Airport Public Buses numbered 600 and 800, Tram and Airport Taxi.
The transportation facilities of Antalya Airport are wide and easy.
You can also get to the airport by taking advantage of the services of Rent a Car companies in Antalya Airport and in the vicinity of the rental car or you can go to the airport much more quickly when you want.
Information about transportation and parking fees can be found on our Transportation and Parking page.
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