Adana, which is the largest city in Mediterranean and Eastern Anatolia regions, is the Turkey’s fifth largest city that is connected to the world through Şakirpaşa Airport, which is located in Seyhan district. It is very easy to get to the airport which is 5km away from Yüreğir district, Kayalıbağ and Reşatbey neighborhoods which are accepted as the city center.
You can reach the airport from the city center by bus number 135, which runs hourly between 6 am and 7 pm every day from the airport and Çukurova University points. You can get on the bus through the Turhan Cemal Beriker Boulevard in the city center as well as you can do so by transferring through the city’s only metro line ‘Akıncılar-Hospital’.
In order to arrive at the airport, you can also use the minibus option, which is the more commonly used vehicle in the transportation from the airport to the city center. You can get to Şakirpaşa Airport from the city center by using the City Center minibus line passing through the boulevards of Girne and Turhan Cemil Beriker in the city center.
You will reach Barış Boulevard about 3 kilometers later if you drive through Turhan Cemil Beriker Boulevard. The Barış Boulevard will directly take you to the airport. It takes about 10 minutes to reach the airport from the city center by your own car.
Taxi is one of the fastest and most economical ways to get to the airport from the city center. You can reach the airport at an affordable price by taxi from the many parts of Adana, though it is not as cheap as taking a bus.
Sakirpaşa Airport is also open to international flights; the International Terminal, which has a capacity of 6 million passengers, came into service in 1997 and the Domestic Terminal came into service in 1984. Despite the potential of the passengers, the airport offers limited facilities to spend time.
For the passengers who use the international terminal, there are two restaurants and two buffets, one of which is in the clean area as well as a duty-free shop. There is a buffet in the domestic terminal and a café in the clean area. Besides, you can enjoy the famous tastes of Adana by leaving the airport, which is 4.5 kilometers away from the city center or you can spend your time in the city before going to the airport.Last Updated: December 19, 2016
You can easily reach Antalya city center by the municipality buses, HAVAŞ shuttles, taxis or your own car from Antalya Airport, which is 13 kilometers away from the city center. You can also rent a car from the car rental companies, which have offices in the city center and at the airport.
If you are going to get to the city center by your own car, you can take D400 road to reach the city center from Antalya Airport. Your journey to the city center by car takes about 20 minutes. If you want to leave your car at the airport, please remember that the airport has a car park with more than 2000 car capacity. Parking at the airport is charged on an hourly and daily basis.
You can find a taxi at every hour of the day at the taxi stands in front of the terminal. If you want to travel by taxi from the airport, taxi fares are as the follows: 140 Euros to Fethiye, 100 Euros to Finike, 90 Euros to Alanya, 50 Euros to Belek, 180 Euros to Dalaman, 80 Euros to Incekum, 60 Euros to Beldibi and Boğazkent, 75 Euros to Kızılağaç, 90 Euros to Kumluca, and 70 Euros to Side, Manavgat and Saklıkent (based on June 2015 figures).
Yes National, Europcar, Hertz, Budget, Avis, Filo, Aytucar, and Travelium are the companies that offer car rental services at Antalya Airport.
The municipal bus 600A provides transportation from Antalya Havalimanı to the harbor. The municipal bus 600 departs every 30 minutes from Antalya Airport and arrives at Antalya Coach Station by passing through the city center.
Once you arrive at the coach station, you can also get on the buses or minibuses headed to Kemer, Kaş, Alanya, Kalkan, Kumluca, Demre, Gazipaşa, Side, Aspendos, and Manavgat.Last Updated: May 08, 2017