Turkish Airlines offers 10 to 15 different flight alternatives in average each day from Paris to Bodrum. All flights are operated as connecting flights over the two airports serving in Istanbul: Istanbul Airport (IST) or Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW). Note that, some flights may require airport change at Istanbul during the layover. While booking your ticket to Bodrum, it would therefore be advantageous to plan your trip paying attention to the transit details.
There may be seasonal changes on the number of flights by Turkish Airlines from Paris to Bodrum; flights increase in number in the summer months in line with the demand. The duration in these journeys varies by the layover at Istanbul and ranges from 9 to 20 hours.
Passengers with a flight ticket from Paris with Turkish Airlines have a chance to turn their layover into enjoyable moments. Offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines for its guests with a layover between 6 to 24 hours in Istanbul, the service Touristanbul provides the opportunity to swiftly see the main tourist spots in the city.
As one of the pioneer cities both in France and the entire Europe, Paris shines out particularly in education, culture, art and design. A remarkably dynamic and productive city where students of all ages come to improve themselves and benefit from the opportunities… Having succeeded also in creating its own style within the boundaries of the Classical French model, Paris stands out as the notable touristic destinations worldwide. As home to a wide range of icons, including but not limited to the Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower, this charming capital owns an utterly adequate infrastructure for meeting the high demand resulting from its popularity.
France’s capital Paris hosts three airports for managing the busy air traffic: Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), Orly International Airport (ORY) and Beauvais Tillé Airport (BVA). Turkish Airlines flights from Paris to Bodrum take off from Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG).
You may use the train system called RER to reach Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) from the center. These trains depart from Châtelet-Les Halles, Saint Michel, Luxembourg, Port Royal, Denfert-Rochereau and Cité Universitaire stops and reach T2 and T3 terminal buildings in Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG). You may reach from here T1 terminal via the free shuttle train service CDGVAL.
Airport shuttles, on the other hand, set off from Opera Garnier at the city center and reach all terminals in the airport. Moreover, buses numbered 350 and 351 also serve between the city center and the airport. Bus numbered 350 departs from Gare de L’est station, whereas the bus numbered 351 serves from Nation station and reaches the airport.
Those interested in a personal transport may get to the airport via the cabs serving 7/24 all around the city.
Ranking among the most touristic destinations in Turkey, Bodrum is a favorite holiday paradise on a global scale. As a sea town with thousands of admirers all over the world, Bodrum certainly promises a fantastic holiday by the great number of coves it harbors along the coastline, as well as its ports for ships and boats, spectacular sea, amusing lifestyle and warm-hearted habitants.
Turkish Airlines flights to Bodrum land at Milas-Bodrum Airport (BJV) located 35 kilometers from the center.
You may use the airport shuttles for reaching the city center from Milas-Bodrum Airport (BJV). Serving on the way out the domestic terminal, shuttles operate between Airport and Bodrum Bus Terminal in line with the flight hours. Once arrived at the Bus Terminal you may take the minibuses to Akyarlar, Yalıkavak, Ortakent, Türkbükü, Gümbet and Turgutreis.
Passengers wishing to get on the municipal buses may prefer the buses operating from airport to Bus Terminal, Marmaris, Fethiye and Datça directions.
In addition to all these, you may also rent a car or take a cab to reach any destination from the airport.