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  • Airport Code: AYT
  • Country: Turkey
  • Nearest City: Antalya
  • Timezone: UTC+3
  • Official Website: http://www.aytport.com/
  • Address: 07110 antalya, Turkey
  • Coordinates: 36.89928, 30.80135
  • Distance to City: 15.3km
  • Terminals: 2
  • Airport Phone: +90 (242) 444 7 423
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Car Rental Antalya International Airport

Antalya International Airport is located about 15km from Antalya, Turkey, and forms the main gateway to the Turkish Riviera. There are two terminals at the airport, which handles more than 25 million passengers annually and has capacity for 45 million passengers. Hire a car at Antalya International Airport and you are about 725 kilometers south of Istanbul. Popular destinations served by airlines using the airport include Cologne, Helsinki, Paris, Sofia and Rome. The other significant airports in southwest Turkey are Bodrum and Dalaman.

About Antalya

Situated right on the Gulf of Antalya, Antalya city is a rapidly expanding centre for both ancient history and bang up-to-date Turkish culture. Since the 1960s, it has also been known as a gateway city for the country’s so-called Turkish Riviera. The preserved Roman-Ottoman district of Kaleiçi offers a breathtaking view of the Bey Mountains and the Roman harbour. Antalya is also home to some of Turkey’s best restaurants, one of its finest archaeological museums, and some of its best-preserved Ottoman architecture.