cheap flights to Turkey
- Turkey is pretty warm all year round making it an excellent candidate for a last-minute, winter sun holiday. As the colder months are out of peak time, you're almost guaranteed cheap flights.
- You'll most likely fly into Turkey's main holiday airports in Dalaman, Antalya, or Bodrum. There are many airlines, flying from across the UK, so you'll have your pick on where to travel from.
- Flights take around four hours so you won't have to wait long to start your sunny holiday in Turkey!
Flight Destinations in Turkey
- 4 hours
- Turkish lira
- + 2
If you're after a flight to Turkey then you're probably thinking about all those stunning beach resorts on the Mediterranean and Aegean coasts! Spanning Asia and Europe, this amazing country has even more to offer - with a wealth of historical ruins, cultural attractions and more. So why not book yourself on a flight and explore some of the hidden side of Turkey. Oh, and lie on a beach as well.
Cheap flights to Turkey
Thanks to the popularity of the seaside resorts, if you're after saving money and finding cheap flights to Turkey, arriving into one of the coastal airports in Antalya, Bodrum or Dalaman is your best bet. 2012 has seen an increase in cheap flights to Istanbul as well though, so head there for a real culture hit - and the beaches of the Black Sea! Expect to be in the air for between four and five hours, with even the cheapest flights usually flying direct to Turkish soil.
The Turkish Coast
If you're planning on soaking up some of the Turkish sunshine, keep your eye on the prices. June, July, August and September are the most popular, and school holidays in particular push the prices higher. Expect weather to be scorching at the height of summer, so it's not that great for kids - and make sure to take plenty of sun cream! Flights to Turkish beach resorts land into Bodrum on the Aegean coast for resorts such as Izmir, Gumbet and Kusadasi or direct to Antalya or Dalaman on the Mediterranean coast for resorts such as Icmeler, Side, Marmaris and Alanya.
What to see in Turkey
There is so much to see - check out our Turkey guide here. Istanbul is fascinating thanks to its unique position between Asia and Europe, whilst resorts like Bodrum, Marmaris and Side all have ancient ruins alongside stunning beaches and great nightlife. Ephesus and Pamukkale are two of the major inland sights, well worth a day trip. Many of the popular holiday destinations offer organised coach trips, or get behind the wheel and take yourself!