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Book a Charter Flight to Bodrum

Located in the southwest of the country, Bodrum numbers among the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey and with good reason. This beautiful coastal resort boasts an array of sandy beaches, a plethora of ancient buildings, and clear blue water, which – coupled with the town’s luxury hotels – attract travellers to the Aegean coast year after year. A flight to Bodrum is worth every penny and from the resort itself, you can reach a number of Turkish cities in less than an hour.

The History of Bodrum Airport

Bodrum Airport was first opened in 1997, making it a relatively new addition to the network of airports in Turkey. With the increasing popularity of Turkey’s southwest coast as a holiday destination, demand for flights to Bodrum rose year on year after the airport’s opening. Initially, the airport only served domestic flights, but as of 2012 it was able to service international air travel, following the addition of a second major terminal. The new building was completed in June 2012 and offers more space, with generous seating areas as well as numerous shops and restaurants.

Bodrum Airport Location

So as to protect the city’s old world charm from the din of international air travel, BJV Airport was built some 36 kilometres from Bodrum. The centre of the province of Muğla can be reached in about 30 minutes. Coastal resorts such as Güvercinlik and Göltürkbükü can be reached in similar time.

Distance from Bodrum Airport to:

  • Bodrum: approx. 36 kilometres by car
  • Castle of St Peter: approx. 38 kilometres by car
  • Milas: approx. 17 kilometres by car
  • Güvercinlik: approx. 20 kilometres by car
  • Bardakçı-Bucht: approx. 36 kilometres by car
  • Göltürkbükü: approx. 41 kilometres by car
  • Yahşi Beach: approx. 48 kilometres by car
  • Gümbet: approx. 39 kilometres by car
  • Didim: approx. 81 kilometres by car

Charter Flights to and from Bodrum: What to Expect

From anywhere in Europe, a charter flight to Bodrum is the fastest possible connection to the Aegean peninsula and its numerous luxury hotels, marina ports, and well-kept beaches. Bodrum Airport has a VIP lounge and a VIP service to ensure that private jet passengers can pass through check in and security in the shortest time possible and enjoy a comfortable wait before their flight.

Whether for a holiday on the Aegean coast or a business trip to the up-and-coming economic metropolis of Izmir, with a charter flight from Bodrum, you can plan your own flight path and schedule. This applies to short-haul and long-haul flights from Bodrum.

The following destinations are popular with private jet passengers from Bodrum Airport:

A flight from Bodrum to Istanbul Ataturk or Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen takes an hour. Both airports have good infrastructure and service capabilities for private air travel. Flying northeast from Bodrum, the Turkish capital Ankara is only an hour and 9 minutes.

Services for Charter Flights at Bodrum

At Bodrum Airport, VIP guests are greeted by airport staff directly at the entrance of the main terminal before departure and escorted to the runway. Guests arriving at Bodrum are received directly at the landing area. A luxury car brings the passengers to the VIP lounge. There, travellers can first relax or carry out passport control and, if necessary, customs checks. These are conducted separately in the lounge. Assistance with the completion of all formalities can be provided upon request. The lounge has comfortable seating and is equipped with magazines, journals, high-definition televisions and free Wi-Fi.

Transfers for Private Jet Passengers

Bodrum Airport, in the southwest of Turkey, is located between the cities of Bodrum and Milas. Both locations are within minutes of the airport. The D330 motorway connects the airport to the city of Bodrum. In the airport building, there are several car rental companies with a large selection of luxury cars. Visitors to the airport can also arrange a private transfer via the VIP service.

Book a Charter Flight to Bodrum and Discover the Turkish Aegean Coast

Flights to Bodrum are popular due to the scenic bays of the peninsula and the region’s ancient history. While the Turkish Riviera developed into a destination for package tourists near the villages of Alanya and Antalya, Bodrum is largely visited by luxury travellers. Many fashionable luxury hotels and upscale holiday homes have emerged in recent years.

The Bodrum peninsula, bordered by several bays and sandy beaches, offers stunning views of the blue waters of the Aegean and the rocky slopes of the Taurus Mountains. In Bodrum’s centre, as in many neighbouring resorts, there are numerous yachts and sailing boats that can be hired on a daily or weekly basis.

At the Bodrum port, visitors will find the Castle of St Peter (Bodrum Kalesi), which was built by the Knights Hospitallier in 1402. The castle is open to visitors and houses an underwater museum. Bodrum is also home to the Myndros Gate and the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, one of the seven wonders of antiquity, which houses the remains of King Mausolos II.

Airport Facts

  • Airport code: LTFE / BJV
  • Altitude: 6 m (20 ft) above MSL
  • Passengers per year: 2,412,187 (2006)
  • Aircraft types: all common aircraft and weight classes
  • Runway operating hours: 24/7
  • Runways: 1 (3,000 m)

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