Antalya Airport has direct flights to more than 50 cities and is 90 minutes drive from Alanya center.
The airport is in Antalya, which is located on the country's Mediterranean coast. The airport was built to accommodate the millions of passengers who come to Turkey's Mediterranean beaches in summer. Transfer stands are positioned in front of the arrival exits of all terminals.
The necessary construction in Terminal 1 was completed in only four months in 2010/2011 without disturbance of the operations. A similar project in International Terminal 2 had been realized in winter 2011 and was finished at the end of March 2012. Thanks to this concept, the transition time to boarding has been reduced. In addition, great convenience has been provided for the airlines and handling operations due to the reduced boarding time. The facilities were completely modernized in order to provide a more pleasant shopping experience for the passengers. The airport was honored as the best Airport with “10-25 million” passengers in 2011.
Gazipasa Airport has direct flights to more than 15 European cities and is just 30 minutes drive from Alanya.
Alanya Gazipasa International Airport (GZP) is the secondary airport of the city of Antalya, which welcomed around 11,5 million visitors just in 2014. More than 25% of Antalya’s visitors have actually vacationed in Alanya.
The airport is 135 km to the east of the city center of Antalya due to the remote location of the existing airport in Antalya, the development and operation of the new international airport Alanya Gazipasa has remained unavoidable. The top five airlines taking off and landing there are SAS Scandinavia, Transavia NL, Corendon Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, Tailwind Airlines, Jettime and Small Planet.