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Airport of departure: Ben Gurion Airport (TLV)
Airport of arrival: Antalya International Airport (AYT)
Flight time from Tel Aviv to Antalya: Average of 1 hours 45 minutes

DEPARTURE : Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is one of the most developed cities in Northern Europe in terms of tourism and there are many direct flights to Tel Aviv departing from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport and Antalya International Airport which are connected through various domestic flights to different cities within Turkey and different cities all over the world. You can book your ticket in advance plan a holiday and find cheap flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport or from Antalya International Airport to Ben Gurion International Airport.

You can book your ticket in advance to benefit from seasonal promotions offered by Pegasus Airlines.

About the Airport

The airport, named after the first Israeli prime minister, Ben Gurion, is the international airport of Israel and the busiest airport. It is located is 20 km southeast of the city center.

Ben Gurion International Airport

The airport, named after the first Israeli Prime Minister, Ben Gurion, is the international airport of Israel and the busiest airport. The airport, which has been serving in the field of civil aviation since 1973, is one of the most important international airports in the Middle East. The airport has a total of 4 terminals and has an annual capacity of 23 million passengers. The airport has a very modern architecture and has all kinds of facilities to meet the needs of passengers.

Transport from Ben Gurion International Airport to the City Center

From Ben Gurion International Airport, you can go to the city center by metro, shuttle or taxi.

The shuttles that serve at the airport around the clock are minibusses for 3 people. You can reach the city center in a short time with shuttles which cost 19 dollars per person.

Metro is another public transport that you can use to get to the city center. The subways serve every hour of the day and move every half hour on weekends and every weekday. Metro station is located at terminal 3.

At the airport, you can find a taxi at any time of the day. In addition to taxis, there are private transfers and shared taxis called sherut. The sherut and private transfers are less expensive than taxis.

If you would like to find a more comfortable and faster option, you can book a taxi or consider car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.

Public Transport

In Tel Aviv, city transportation is provided by buses, metro, and taxis.

The bus is the most used public transport. You can easily go to many points in the city by bus. The buses use a public transport card called Rav-Kav. You can get the cards from the tourist information offices. Bus stations are written in Hebrew, so you should learn the names of your destination.

Metro lines provide services to Tel Aviv-Yafo, Haifa and Be'er-Sheva regions. Also, the metro line, which connects to high-speed train stations to the surrounding provinces, is the most used public transportation vehicle in Tel Aviv.

In Tel Aviv, there is a bus line that runs late at night between entertainment venues and accommodation areas.

ARRIVAL : Antalya

There are 9 direct flights from Antalya airport to Izmir, Amman, Kayseri, Krasnodar, Tel Aviv, Trabzon, Lefkosa, Antalya and Istanbul. Also, there are 216 connected flights from Antalya Airport via Adana, Ankara, and Istanbul.    

About the Airport

Fraport TAV Antalya Airport is 13 km away from the city.  

Fraport TAV Antalya Airport

The airport was started serving in 1998, the second International Terminal was opened in 2005, and the domestic terminal was operational in 2010. Antalya Airport was selected as the Best Airport among European Airports by Airports Council International (ACI) in 2011. It has a capacity of 35 million passengers annually.  

Transport from Antalya Airport to the City Center

The usual public transportation is provided through shuttles and busses. The shuttle called HAVAS connects the airport to the city. The route follows: Erasta Mall, Antalya Bus Station, Akdeniz University, Kemer Bus Stop, and 5M Migros Mall.  

The bus number 600 connects the airport to Antalya bus terminal, as well. The bus follows the given route: Antalya Airport, Serik Street, Aspendos Boulevard, Topcular, Mevlana Avenue, City center, Markantalya Shopping Center, 100. yıl Avenue, Tarık Akıltopu Street (Hospital), Meltem Boulevard, Akdeniz University, Antalya Courthouse, and finally Antalya Bus Station. The bus number 800 links the airport with the Lara district. The bus number 400 goes to the Sarisu region.   Taxis and car rental services provide faster and more comfortable transportation. Pegasus helps the car rental process through its web site.

You can easily rent a car by filling the blanks on the web site and use worldwide car rental services via Pegasus.  

Public Transport

In Antalya, transportation is composed of buses, mini-buses, trams, and taxis. The light railway system includes two lines: The nostalgic tram connects Museum to Zerdalilik, and the modern tram links Fatih to Meydan stations. AntalyaKart is the smart card that is used for public transportation.  

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