Flights to Antakya

How to Find Cheap Flights to Antakya

When you're booking tickets to Antakya, the price depends on where you're flying from, which airline you're flying with, and how far in advance you book. If you're looking for cheap flights to Antakya, you should consider using Skyscanner's search tool. Along with being able to compare ticket prices from a number of airlines, you can search for the cheapest time to fly. Simply search by price or search by cheapest month. You can also find low-priced hotels in the area using Skyscanner.


When to Book

You can often find great deals on last-minute flights to Antakya if you book the same week of your trip. You may be able to save a significant amount of money by booking a flight a month or two in advance, especially if you travel in winter, which is the local offseason.


Airports With Direct Flights From the U.K.

If you're looking for direct flights to Antakya from the U.K., you're out of luck. However, several airports offer flights with just one stopover. Both Birmingham Airport (BHX) and Heathrow Airport (LHR) offer flights that don't require you to deplane when they stop over.


Airlines That Fly to Antakya From the U.K.

Both Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines offer cheap flights to Antakya. However, only Turkish Airlines will fly you all the way to your final destination. If you start off on a Pegasus Airlines flight, you'll have to switch to a Turkish Airlines plane at some point.



Flights to Antakya arrive at Hatay Airport (HTY), which is located in the Hatay Province of Turkey. It serves Antakya and Iskenderun, and it's 15 miles from Antakya.


There are three car rental offices at the airport: Alamo Car Rental, Gül Turizm & Seyahat and Selimgül Rent A Car. Buses and taxis can also take you from the airport into the city proper.


When to Go

There's really no bad time to visit Antakya, but the winter is the city's rainy season. Therefore, you may be able to find deals on last-minute flights to Antakya during this time.


What’s the Weather Like?

Antakya has a moderate climate, and it doesn't experience much in the way of extremes. The average temperature in January is about 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average temperature in July is about 90 degrees.


City Guide: What to See and Do

Known as Antioch in ancient times, Antakya is steeped in history. There are a number of places to visit that feature ancient architecture and can give you a glimpse of the glory of the Roman Empire. In particular, the largest collection of Roman mosaics in the world is found in the Hatay Archaeology Museum.


Other places of interest are the St Simeon Monastery, the Bakras Castle and the Titus Tuneli. The Titus Tuneli is an ancient water tunnel that was built in Roman times. While you're in the area, you should also consider stopping by the Uzun Carsi, which is the old market district.

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