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Flights from Dalaman

Book a flight to storied destinations from the city of Dalaman. With our customizable search tools and filters, you can compare varying routes, different airline companies, and flight prices in just a couple of steps.

 

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Finding flights from Dalaman Airport (DLM)

 

Serving the Turquoise Coast, the Dalaman Airport (DLM) is a gateway to this region. It is situated only 6km from Dalaman’s town centre, and you can travel to and from the airport and Dalaman via buses and taxis.

 

You can fly to two cities within Turkey directly, and these are both busy and international hubs that offer onward connections to more than 250 destinations. From Dalaman you can fly with Turkish Airlines, or Pegasus Airlines.

 

Popular destinations from Dalaman Airport

 

Fly to the nation’s capital of Ankara (ESB), where you can learn about the birth of modern Turkey, a city conceived by the nation’s most beloved son, Ataturk. Or spend time in the legendary citadel of Istanbul (IST), a crossroads in more ways than one. Connecting the East with the West, this city can also connect you to the rest of the world through its airport.

 

Embark on short-haul flights to incredible destinations in Central and East Asia, like Tashkent (TAS), the first city of Uzbekistan, or the capital of China, the mighty Beijing (PEK), purveyor of the Middle Kingdom for hundreds of years.

 

Longer journeys can take you to far-off places, like to the base of Mount Kilimanjaro (JRO) in Tanzania. Climb the highest mountain in the African continent, and be astounded by the wildlife that roams beneath its shadow. Or swap wild terrain for the concrete jungle of a big city, like Osaka (KIX) in Japan. Known as the food capital of a country famed for its cuisine, you will find much to love in Osaka. But beyond its restaurants, there are the cultural attractions of its castle and many temples. An added highlight is the city is only a 30 minute train ride away from the nation’s old capital of Kyoto, where you will find the Golden Pavilian, and the Tori tunnels of the striking Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine.

 

Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

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