Book Charter Flights to Antalya Airport
Taking a private jet to Antalya saves time and offers you ultimate flexibility. The fine sandy beaches and luxury holiday homes located around the metropolis ensure that scores of luxury travellers head to the Turkish Riviera, year after year. Thanks to its VIP Terminal, you can be assured of the greatest level of comfort during your time at Antalya International Airport.
History of Antalya (AYT) Airport
Antalya Airport only had a single domestic terminal up until 1998. By the 1990s, due to the growing popularity of the Turkish Riviera as a tourist destination, the terminal’s capacity was no longer sufficient. Consequently, in 1998 a new terminal opened, dedicated to serving international flights. The domestic terminal was rebuilt in 2009 and now features a VIP area.
By 2003 it was becoming clear that even the new terminal would not offer enough space, as flight traffic had increased by 78 percent since 1998. As passenger numbers peaked, it was decided in 2005 that another international terminal should be built that would double the capacity for foreign visitors. An investment of 86 million dollars to design and build a modern complex was made and the results paid off: in 2011, the Airports Council International of Europe (ACI) voted Antalya Airport the Best Airport in Europe.
Location of Antalya Airport
Distances from Antalya International Airport to:
- Kaleiçi old city: approx. 17 kilometres by car
- Archaeological Museum: approx. 17 kilometres by car
- Hadrian’s Gate: approx. 16 kilometres by car
- Yivliminare Mosque: approx. 17 kilometres by car
- Caravanserei Evdir Han: approx. 30 kilometres by car
- Caravanserei Kırkgözhan: approx. 41 kilometres by car
- Konyaalti Beach: approx. 38 kilometres by car
- Kuçuk Calticak Beach: approx. 33 kilometres by car
- Belek: approx. 29 kilometres by car
- Kemer: approx. 60 kilometres by car
- Side: approx. 65 kilometres by car
Connections by Private Jet from Antalya
The fastest way to reach the sandy beaches of the Turkish Riviera is via Antalya Airport. Plus, with regards to passenger numbers, Antalya is the second biggest airport in Turkey and is regarded as the best location for private jet passengers.
Passengers of Antalya charter flights profit from a number of benefits. Escape the crowds of tourists and enjoy a smooth check-in process without long waiting times. You are also not bound to strict flight times or routes. In the passenger area at the airfield and in the VIP terminal you can enjoy personalised services, so your holiday essentially begins at the airport.
For charter flights from Antalya, any destination is possible. The most popular destinations for private flights from Antalya are:
- Antalya ✈ Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (LTFJ / SAW): approx. 1 hour 2 minutes
- Antalya ✈ Ankara (LTAC / ESB): approx. 1 hour 9 minutes
- Antalya ✈ Istanbul Atatürk (LTBA / IST): approx. 1 hour 4 minutes
- Antalya ✈ Bodrum (LTFE / BJV): approx. 49 minutes
- Antalya ✈ Cologne Bonn (EDDK / CGN): approx. 3 hours 21 minutes
A flight from Antalya to the cultural metropolis of Istanbul takes one hour. In the same time you can travel to Ankara, the capital of Turkey. Continue on to Bodrum to extend your holiday. This coastal resort on the Aegean sea offers visitors luxury accommodation and stunning sand beaches, and requires less than an hour travel time by plane. Just over three hours are needed to arrive at Cologne Bonn Airport.
Rent either a short or long distance aircraft, as the runways at Antalya are adapted for all aircraft types.
|Runway||Length and width||Surface|
|18C/36C||3,400 m x 45 m||Concrete|
|18L/36R||3,400 m x 45 m||Concrete|
|18R/36L||2,990 m x 45 m||Asphalt|
Excellent Service for Passengers of Private Jets in Antalya
The VIP terminal at Antalya International Airport is available for arriving and departing private jet passengers. In the separate lounge area you can escape the hustle and bustle of the busier terminals and are free to enjoy the highest level of comfort. There is comfortable Ottoman-style seating and a comprehensive buffet and drinks selection. In addition, you can pass the time with the books, magazines, free internet, and TVs available.
A personal assistant will meet you at the entrance upon arrival. Upon request, they can help with immigration and security formalities. For those flying into the airport, while waiting for your luggage you can take advantage of the duty free shops in the VIP area that offer various luxury items.
If your Antalya private jet charter is for business purposes, you can reserve the VIP terminal meeting room for you and your colleagues’ private use.
Transfer to Antalya Airport and the Mediterranean
Antalya’s city centre can be easily reached by car in just a few minutes. The D400 road takes you quickly into Antalya, towards the sea and various holiday homes. You can also arrange a limousine service in advance. At the airport there are various car rental companies represented with first class vehicles on offer.
Charter a Flight to Antalya and Explore the Turkish Riviera
Located at the foothills of the Lycean Taurus Mountains in the southwest of Turkey, Antalya offers a rich mix of beaches, secluded eucalyptus and pine forests, luxury resorts and ancient ruins. In particular, the fine sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and guaranteed beautiful weather bring visitors from all over the world to Antalya. With its long coastline, it’s no coincidence that the region is referred to as the Turkish Riviera. The city hosts 2 million inhabitants and a number of European businesses that are thriving on the city’s excellent infrastructure and tourism boom.
Don’t miss out on seeing Antalya’s old town, which stands atop a steep cliff and offers stunning views out across the vast Mediterranean. The ancient Greeks, Byzantines, and Ottomans have all left their mark there. Hadrian’s Gate, built in honour of the eponymous Roman emperor, stands among various other ornaments. You can find other treasured artefacts in the city’s Archaeological Museum. The minaret of the Yivil-Minare Mosque is a marvel of Ottoman architectural design. For those hoping to get a better view of the city and coastline from the water, head to the harbour where boats can be rented for the day.
Things are a little quieter in the small towns outside the city. For many years Belek has been an insider tip for golf lovers. Konyaalti beach nearby is also popular. Side, another smaller town, has a plenty to offer as well, including its stunning beach and ancient ruins such as the well-preserved Temple of Apollo.
- Airport code: LTAI / AYT
- Surface area: 977 ha
- Altitude: 66 m (177 ft) above MSL
- Passengers per year: 19,027,504 (2016)
- Aircraft types: all common aircraft and weight classes
- Runway operating hours: 24/7
- Runways: 3 (3,400 m; 2,990 m; 3,400 m)
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