Turkish Airlines offers 12 flight alternatives in average each day from London to Dalaman. All flights in this route are operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST) or Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW). The duration of journey varies by the layover at Istanbul and accordingly ranges roughly from 7 to 20 hours.
Turkish Airlines offers two different points of departure options in the flights taking off from London; London Gatwick Airport (LGW) or London Heathrow Airport (LHR). Flights departing from London Heathrow Airport (LHR) to Dalaman generally use Istanbul Airport (IST) as a transit point. Although few in number, some flights take off from Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in Istanbul to Dalaman, which means you have to transfer to this airport after your arrival at Istanbul Airport (IST). The same applies for the flights taking off from London Gatwick Airport (LGW) as well. It would therefore be advisable paying attention to the transit details while booking your flight from London to Dalaman. On the other hand, just like the flights between London and Dalaman, Istanbul is used as a transit point for many Turkish Airlines flights. Turkish Airlines therefore offers many opportunities for its passengers to enjoy their layover at Istanbul. If you have a layover between 6 to 24 hours, you may benefit from the sightseeing service Touristanbul offered complimentarily and have a chance to see the significant tourist spots of this beautiful city such as Dolmabahçe Palace, Eminönü, Taksim Square and Galata Tower.
As an utterly dynamic and crowded metropolis having a population of nine million, London is both a historical and a cosmopolite city with a history dating back to 2000 years. Red double decker buses around the streets and the red telephone boxes are the principal icons of this charming city. London offers many must-see spots to visit, amongst which there is the Buckingham Palace, residence of the Queen, the famous Hyde Park where different organizations take place around every corner, River Thames and London Eye, and The Big Ben, a clock tower near the Houses of Parliament. Many cultural spots serve free of charge in this glorious city full of art galleries and museums.
London has six airports in total to meet the demand in air transport: Southend Airport (SEN), City Airport (LCY), Stansted Airport (STN), Luton Airport (LTN), Gatwick Airport (LGW) and Heathrow Airport (LHR). Turkish Airlines flights from London to Dalaman take off from either Gatwick Airport (LGW) or Heathrow Airport (LHR).
Railway services are frequently preferred for reaching London Heathrow Airport (LHR) from the city center. “Heathrow Express” trains operate from early in the morning till 23.30 at night. These express trains depart from Paddington Station in the center and reach the airport within 15 to 20 minutes. The railway service “Heathrow Connect”, on the other hand, uses the same route however stops at different stations and reaches the airport.
Passengers wishing to use the subway may get on the subway line Piccadilly from the center, which is displayed with dark blue. This subway line gets you to terminals 1, 2 and 4 within nearly one hour. There are also services operating free of charge between the terminals. Another option would be taking buses to reach the airport. “National Express” buses set off from Victoria station in the center in every thirty minutes and reach the airport within 50 minutes in average. Apart from these, you may also consider taking a cab and reach the airport which is at your service 7/24 in the city.
The most practical way to reach London Gatwick Airport (LGW) from the center is the railway service “Gatwick Express”. Operating from 05.00 until midnight in every 15 minutes from Victoria station, these trains get to the airport within thirty minutes in average.
“Southern Railway” trains also depart from Victoria Station in every hour and reach Gatwick Airport (LGW) within roughly 45 minutes.Passengers interested in taking airport shuttles may get on the shuttles named “Easybus” from Baker Street station and get to Gatwick Airport (LGW).
You may also reach the airport anytime you wish by the cabs serving 7/24 in the city.
The touristic county of Muğla, Dalaman has extremely busy air traffic. This marvelous town is popular both at country and worldwide by its splendid sands, virgin coves some of which can only be reached by boat, its bright sun and amusing beaches. As a holiday paradise with an increasing touristic value each year, Dalaman offers a wonderful vacation full of unforgettable moments, in which you may have a chance to try the fresh palatable sea food and enjoy yourself with the one of a kind tastes of delicious Aegean and Mediterranean cuisine.
Located six kilometers from the center, Dalaman Airport (DLM) is the only airport serving in the region.
After your arrival, you may take the municipal buses operated by the Metropolitan Municipality of Muğla in front of the domestic terminal and head towards various points. These buses operate between the airport and Fethiye, Marmaris and Datça bus terminals. Starting from the earliest hours, the buses operate till the midnight, basing on the flight hours. Airport shuttles would be another option that set off from Dalaman Airport (DLM) to Marmaris and Fethiye. These shuttles operate basing on the flight hours as well and take you to Marmaris within nearly one and a half hour and to Fethiye within one hour. Moreover, you may get on Fethiye shuttle and get off at Ölüdeniz, Göcek and Günlükbaşı regions in the route.
Cabs are also available for 24 hours to get you to your destination from Dalaman Airport (DLM). In addition to all these, you may also rent a car from the car rental offices serving at Arrival Terminal in Dalaman Airport (DLM).