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Bodrum-Milas AirportMilas-Bodrum Airport is an international airport that serves the Turkish towns of Bodrum and Milas in the Republic of Turkey. The airport is located 36 kilometers northeast of Bodrum and 16 kilometers south of Milas just north of the Güllük intersection. The new international terminal - Turkish: Dış Hatlar was completed in 2000 is a 15-minute walk across a grass field from the old terminal - Turkish: İç Hatlar which is now used for domestic flights. The terminals host about 2.5 million travelers per year and are busy mainly during the peak summer tourism season. The airport has one concrete surfaced runway that is 3,000 meters long and 45 meters wide. There is also a new terminal building currently under construction that will be designed to accept 5 million passengers per year and planning to open at the end of the year 2011. In the first 11 months of 2010 there were 1,125,957 domestic passengers and 1,902,460 international paasengers through the airport.

Bodrum-Milas AirportThere are a total of 10 airlines that service Bodrum-Milas - the largest airline is Pegasus with 33% of the airport destinations. Other airlines operating in this airport are Air Berlin, TUIfly, Monarch Airlines, Easyjet, Jet2, Jetairfly, Turkish Airlines, Transavia and SunExpress. Charter aircraft now fly directly to Bodrum instead of Izmir or Dalaman which saves visitors the time and hassle of the three hour transfer trip. Bodrum-Milas Airport is located on a peninsula which juts out from the southwest coast of Turkey into the Aegean Sea. The Greek island of Kos is a short ride away on hydrofoils across a narrow strait. Once the home of Herodotus, Bodrum is known today as an exciting and popular resort area that hosts many dignitaries and celebrities. Milas is a city in Mugla Province which has 27 different archaeological sites making it one of the more historical areas anywhere in Turkey. Bodrum is a Turkish port on the Bodrum Peninsula near the northwest entrance to the Gulf of Gökova facing the Greek Island of Kos.

Bodrum-Milas AirportThe Bodrum Peninsula has long been a favourite holiday location with the more affluent Turks. The area is famed for its temperate climate and cooling onshore breeze. The growing Turkish economy, foreign investment and increasing levels of tourism have contributed to the Peninsula's reputation as an international resort making it a prime investment opportunity. Bodrum is one of the biggest property investment markets in Turkey and is very popular amongst foreigners who are looking to buy abroad. Bodrum-Milas Airport has continually expanded its operations to meet Bodrums growth as a foreign tourist destination. Less than one hour's drive from the airport and lying at the outermost promontory of the Bodrum peninsula the village of Turgutreis has evolved from a sleepy fishing village into a thriving holiday resort. In addition to the local shops and restaurants, its long sandy beach and safe waters make it ideal for families and singles alike. Turgutreis has excellent facilities open all year round, including a new world class marina complex with its many bars, restaurants and international designer boutiques. Turgutreis is one of the liveliest towns in the peninsula. It is experiencing a very fast growth in the number of both local and foreign homebuyers and tourists.

Bodrum-Milas AirportToday, it is a center of tourism and yachting. It was called Halicarnassus during the Carian era and was renowned for the mausoleum of Maussollos. The town is very popular tourist resort destination for northern Europeans due to its beautiful coastline and raucus night-life. Bodrum has often been referred to as the "Bedroom of Europe" because of the all night party atmosphere. Highway D330 runs 2 kilometers or about 1 mile east of the International Terminal connecting the airport to both Bodrum and Milas. In a car, shuttle, or taxi you can get to Milas in 20 minutes and to Bodrum within 45 minutes in the opposite direction. In the winter the average temperature in Bodrum is about 15ºC and in the summer the temperature can rise to 30ºC or more, so dress appropriately for the time of year that you choose to travel.

For Lost Baggage inquiries contact the main airport switchboard number at: +90 252 523 0101

Airlines that operate from Bodrum-Milas Airport:

Atlasjet (Istanbul-Atatürk)
Corendon Airlines (Amsterdam, Brussels, Eindhoven, Lyon, Nantes, Paris, Tel Aviv)
First Choice Airways (Manchester)
Fly Air (Istanbul-Atatürk)
Imair Airlines (Baku)
Inter Airlines (Istanbul-Atatürk)
LTU International (Düsseldorf)
Martinair (Amsterdam)
SunExpress (Antalya, Berlin-Schönefeld, Cologne/Bonn, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Leipzig/Halle, Munich, Stuttgart)
Onur Air (Istanbul-Atatürk)
Pegasus Airlines (Amsterdam, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen)
Rossiya (St. Petersburg)
Thomas Cook Airlines (Newcastle) (Amsterdam)
Turkish Airlines (Ankara, Istanbul-Atatürk, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen)

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