As part of the precautions against the COVID-19 pandemic, all international flights from Turkey are suspended as of March 27th, 23:59.
Additionally, as part of the limitations brought to inter city travel, there will be no domestic flights from our airport as of March 29.
Please contact your airline regarding any bookings.
Safety management system is a management system that enables us to define the dangers occurring during our activities, calculate the risks, reduce these risks to an acceptable level by implementing necessary improvement work, and constantly monitor and improve the safety performance. (SHGM/SMM/6.5)
Management of safety risks is the basic requirement in the aviation sector.
Continuous improvement of the safety in aviation and development of the services we offer can only be viable when our stakeholders are responsive towards the safety issue.
The SMS requirements that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) introduced to the entire aviation sector with its Safety Management System Manual 9859-AN/474, were compiled under one document (Annex-19) which came into effect in 2013.
On a national scale; establishing and implementing an SMS became a legal requirement for organizations following the regulation by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation which was published in Official Gazette issue no. 28172 dated 13.01.2013, and the Civil Aviation Instruction (SHT, SMS/HAD) coming into effect.
Real-time information of arrival and departure flights at Gazipaşa-Alanya Airport
The visa office is located at the transit area on the arrivals floor of the International Terminal before the passport check points open 7/24.
Lost Property Offices
Phone: (242) 582 71 26 – 7 / (242) 582 74 26 – 7
Each airline has different procedures for domestic animals. You must inquire about this with your airline company. Most airlines do not accept birds and rodents into the cabin. These types of animals may travel in the cargo section of the aircraft. There is a restriction on the number of domestic animals accepted into the cabin.
We recommend passengers to be present at the airport 120 minutes (2 hours) prior to their flight.