Turkish Airlines offers direct flights from Antalya to Moscow. However, these flights are operated only in the summer months once in a day, when Antalya is in high demand. On the other hand, Turkish Airlines also offers nearly 20 flight alternatives every day in this route, which are operated as connecting over Istanbul and Ankara. Direct flights from Antalya to Moscow takes three hours and thirty minutes in average, whereas the duration of the journey in the connecting flights over Istanbul Airport (IST), Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) and Ankara Esenboğa Airport (ESB) varies by the layover at these airports.
The port town Antalya in the southern Turkey along the Mediterranean Sea is a remarkable tourism center welcoming thousands of tourists all year round. The city is a popular destination, as it offers diversified vacation alternatives on every season. You may ski in the mountains during the winter, or, enjoy yourself swimming in the fresh sea in summer, keep track of the historic traces in the spring. As a city also outstanding with its nightlife with everlasting entertainment, Antalya will make you lose track of time.
Turkish Airlines flights from Antalya take off from Antalya Airport (AYT), the sole airport serving in the city.
Located 13 kilometers from the city center, Antalya Airport (AYT) offers a couple of alternatives in transportation, including Antray, buses and cabs.
Setting off from Fatih, Expo and Meydan neighborhoods, Antray is the first choice of the passengers by the direct services it provides to the airport.
There are two different bus lines serving to the airport: line numbered 600 follows the route Bus Terminal, 100. Yıl Caddesi, Mevlana and Topçular, the line numbered 800, on the other hand, follows the route Lara, Muratpaşa Belediyesi, Işıklar, Migros, Gürsü and gets to the airport.
Those interested in using the airport shuttles may get on the shuttles at Serik and reach the airport with the route Gazi Bulvarı, Dumlupınar Bulvarı, Bus Terminal, University and Atatürk Bulvarı. It is also possible to reach the airport via the cabs serving all around the city at all hours.
The historic capital hosting numerous works of art remaining from the Soviet era, Moscow is a significant destination appealing to the entire world. Museums around every corner, monuments reminding the past, squares which have witnessed the remarkable events throughout the history and the theaters where the most glorious works are exhibited… Moscow turns into a fascinating feast for its guests when this unique fabric blended with history, culture and art merges with the sumptuous history of the city. Make sure to see during your stay the Kremlin Palace with its enthralling ambiance, Gorki Park which is a prevailing spot in the city, Lenin’s Mausoleum that has a great role in the country’s past, and of course the Red Square, which has witnessed the change of the capital of 950 years in many aspects.
The city hosts four international airports: Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO), Domodedovo Airport (DME), Vnukovo Airport (VKO) and Zhukovsky Airport (ZIA). Passengers holding a flight ticket to Moscow with Turkish Airlines land at Vnukovo International Airport (VKO).
It is possible to use the railway, buses or cabs to reach the city center from Vnukovo International Airport (VKO). You may reach Kievsky Railway Station within nearly 40 minutes via the Aeroexpress line departing from the airport. Operating in every thirty minutes, Aeroexpress serves from the earliest hours till the midnight. You may then take the subway from here to reach your destination in the center.
Passengers preferring the bus services may get on the buses numbered 611 and 911 heading towards Yugo-Zapadnaya, Troparyovo and Salaryevo subway stations. In addition, you may also take the cabs serving 7/24, or rent a car from the car rental offices operating in the airport for ensuring a smooth transport during your stay.