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How to Get to Antalya by Plane

There are flights to Antalya from several major UK cities, such as London, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, the Isle of Man, Cardiff, Glasgow, Edinburg, Aberdeen, and Belfast. Direct flights from London, Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow are offered by Atlasjet Airlines, easyJet, Cathay Pacific, Monarch Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways, to name a few. British Airways, Turkish Airlines and many others make stopovers in Istanbul, Dusseldorf, Rome, Berlin or Zurich. Antalya Airport (AYT) is 6 miles from the city centre. There are several bus services connecting the airport to the city, as well as a 24-hour cab service. Atlasjet Airlines offers their passengers free shuttle transportation to the city.

About Antalya

A "paradise on earth", Antalya in Turkey is considered one of the best Vacation destinations in the world. Located on the Mediterranean coast of southwestern Turkey, Antalya is famous for its beautiful white sandy beaches, its enchanting clear turquoise water and its scenic landscape. Surrounded by mountains, Antalya enjoys a splendid Mediterranean microclimate with approximately 300 sunny days per year, hot and dry summers and mild and rainy winters. Antalya is historically and culturally rich, boasting many magnificent monuments. In Kaleiçi, Antalya's old city centre, you can walk through narrow cobbled streets and admire buildings from the Ottoman Era. The City Walls, Hadrian's Gate, Hıdırlık Tower, and the Clock Tower are some of the most ancient monuments in Antalya and its most important landmarks. Nature lovers will be overwhelmed by the beauty of the famous Manavgat waterfall, while sports enthusiasts will find everything from golf courses to water sports and mountain activities in the city.

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