Antalya Airport is the reigning international aviation hub for the city of Antalya, Turkey, situated 13 kilometres outside of the city centre. The location serves as an iconic point of entry for travellers to the Mediterranean coast and handles more than 25 million passengers on an annual basis.
The location contains one domestic and two international terminals, providing for more than 50 different airlines, some of which are charters and others seasonally operational. Passenger services are highlighted by duty-free shops, lounges and a plethora of travel shops including Sun Catcher, Atelier, Master of Time and Toys & Sweets. Dining options consist of Cafe Rigoletto, Via Bistro, One for the Road, Caravelle and many others.
A public bus shuttle routes between the airport and the Antalya bus terminal in downtown. A taxi stand is located at the arrival points of all terminals. There is also a plethora of rental car services, coaches and a parking garage for personal vehicles.
Glamorous Mediterranean beaches are the focal point of this Turkish region and cater to tourists that create Antalya Airport’s predominant source of traffic. Construction of the complex began in 1996 and was completed within two years. Antalya Airport was awarded the accolade “Best Airport in Europe” by the ACI in 2011.