Closest Airport to Antalya, Airports Near Antalya, Turkey

The closest airport to Antalya is Antalya Airport (AYT). Distance from Antalya Airport to Antalya is 4.82 miles / 7.75 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Antalya

  1. Antalya Airport (7.75 Km)
  2. Isparta Airport (110.85 Km)
  3. Kastelorizo Airport (131.81 Km)
  4. Cardak Airport (133.3 Km)
  5. Gazipa?a Airport (156.51 Km)
  6. Dalaman Airport (172.23 Km)
  7. Konya Airport (202.76 Km)
  8. Afyon Airport (203.67 Km)
  9. Usak Airport (226.45 Km)
  10. Diagoras Airport (240.64 Km)
  11. ??ld?r Airport (269.17 Km)
  12. Milas Airport (273.33 Km)
  13. Paphos International Airport (290.23 Km)
  14. Ercan Airport (316.45 Km)
  15. Eskisehir Airport (321.25 Km)
  16. Kos Airport (322.46 Km)
  17. Akrotiri Royal Air Force (328.48 Km)
  18. Kalymnos Airport (335.4 Km)
  19. Larnaca Airport (345.42 Km)
  20. Samos Airport (347.64 Km)

List of Airports close to Antalya

Antalya Airport (AYT)

Antalya Airport is located approximately 4.35 miles / 7 kilometers East (E) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is AYT.

Isparta Airport (ISE)

Isparta Airport is located approximately 68.35 miles / 110 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is ISE.

Kastelorizo Airport (KZS)

Kastelorizo Airport is located approximately 81.4 miles / 131 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is KZS.

Cardak Airport (DNZ)

Cardak Airport is located approximately 82.64 miles / 133 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is DNZ.

Gazipa?a Airport (GZP)

Gazipa?a Airport is located approximately 96.93 miles / 156 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is GZP.

Dalaman Airport (DLM)

Dalaman Airport is located approximately 106.88 miles / 172 kilometers West (W) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is DLM.

Konya Airport (KYA)

Konya Airport is located approximately 125.52 miles / 202 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is KYA.

Afyon Airport (AFY)

Afyon Airport is located approximately 126.14 miles / 203 kilometers North (N) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is AFY.

Usak Airport (USQ)

Usak Airport is located approximately 140.43 miles / 226 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is USQ.

Diagoras Airport (RHO)

Diagoras Airport is located approximately 149.13 miles / 240 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is RHO.

??ld?r Airport (CII)

??ld?r Airport is located approximately 167.15 miles / 269 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is CII.

Imsik Airport (BXN)

Imsik Airport is located approximately 168.39 miles / 271 kilometers West (W) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is BXN.

Milas Airport (BJV)

Milas Airport is located approximately 169.63 miles / 273 kilometers West (W) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is BJV.

Paphos International Airport (PFO)

Paphos International Airport is located approximately 180.2 miles / 290 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is PFO.

Nicosia Airport (NIC)

Nicosia Airport is located approximately 187.03 miles / 301 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is NIC.

Ercan Airport (ECN)

Ercan Airport is located approximately 196.35 miles / 316 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is ECN.

Episkopi Airport (EPK)

Episkopi Airport is located approximately 196.35 miles / 316 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is EPK.

Eskisehir Airport (ESK)

Eskisehir Airport is located approximately 199.46 miles / 321 kilometers North (N) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is ESK.

Kos Airport (KGS)

Kos Airport is located approximately 200.08 miles / 322 kilometers West (W) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is KGS.

Anadolu University Airport (AOE)

Anadolu University Airport is located approximately 201.32 miles / 324 kilometers North (N) of central Antalya. IATA airport code is AOE.