There are airports in many cities in Turkey. The easiest way is to come by plane. You can obtain your tickets from many flight companies. Turkish Airlines, Onur Air and Pegasus are the most known airlines.
Which airport? You must decide according to your planned journey. Since there is more than one airport in some cities, you must check the distance of the airport to the city center before you make your choice. The right choice will provide you with a lower transfer fee. How to Get to Istanbul
Istanbul is a city where tourists visit most. If you are planning a trip to Istanbul, you have two options for the airport.
1. Sabiha Gökçen Airport: Sabihagökçen Airport, which is very far from the city center, should be preferred in second place. Airplane ticket prices are cheaper at this airport, which is mostly used by Pegasus Airlines. However, transfer prices are higher.
2. Istanbul Airport: While the airport is far from the city center, transfer fees should be considered.
In order to make the airport transfer to the city center in the cheapest way, you can use the airport transfer vehicles at Istanbul airports. Comfortable, air-conditioned luxury vehicles are used for transfer.
How to Get to Cappadocia
There is no airport in Cappadocia. If you plan to travel to Cappadocia, you should use Nevşehir or Kayseri airport.
Kayseri airport or Nevsehir airport? This choice is entirely up to you. In two airport you can use Havaş (Turkish Airline Transfer) to go Cappadocia center. One way price in Kayseri-Nevsehir to Cappadocia is 25 TL-30 TL.
How to Get to Ephesus
There is no airport to Ephesus. If you plan to travel to Ephesus, you must choose Izmir airports. The distance between Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, 60 kilometers to Selcuk.
The easiest way to get to Ephesus from the airport is using transfer or shuttle. If you purchased your hotel before the trip, you can contact the hotel reception and arrange your transfer.
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