What safety measures are in place when I land at the airport in Dalaman?
Please click here to find the latest safety measures being taken at Dalaman Airport.
Is the Air-Rail Link currently operating to/from Birmingham International train station?
The Air-Rail Link is operating between the hours of 03:30 - 00:30.
What shops, bars and restaurants are currently open at the airport?
Most of our outlets are back open at the airport. Please click here for my information.
Should I arrive earlier at the airport than normal?
All passengers are encouraged to arrive at the terminal in line with the check-in opening times for their flight.
What can I expect in Dalaman?
Famous for its beautiful, unspoilt beaches and hot sunshine, Dalaman offers the ideal conditions for anyone that wants nothing more than to kick back, relax and soak up some sunshine. If you prefer your holidays a little livelier there are plenty of fun activities too.
What is the flight time to Dalaman?
The approximate flight time to Dalaman is 4 hours 5 minutes.
What is the weather like in Dalaman?
Average temperatures in Dalaman vary greatly. Considering humidity, temperatures feel very pleasant for most of the year. The summer are hot and the winters cold, with a low chance of precipitation most of the year.
Why should I visit Dalaman?
Dalaman’s coastline is full of beautiful sandy beaches, sweeping vistas and plenty of sunshine, meaning many tourists spend most their time in the region sunbathing. But there’s lots of cultural delights to explore too.
A Turkish Bath (or hammam) has long been a tradition in Turkey. People enter the bath which is essentially a sauna and relax whilst dosing down with cold water. A scrub down with a loofah and plenty of soapsuds is a good exfoliation of dead skin and the optional choice of a body massage is usually offered in the touristy bathhouses.
One of the best things about taking a holiday to Turkey is the food. From sweet baklava and Turkish delight to kebab and thick yogurt. You’ll find fresh cuisine rich in flavour and lovingly made.
Whilst you are exploring Dalaman, you will almost certainly notice the Nazar Boncugu, also known as the evil eye, in offices, homes, in transport and businesses. Turks believe this charm wards off evil and makes a great souvenir from your trip.
Testing requirements if you're not vaccinatedNot required. Arrivals may be subject to random PCR testing on arrival.Find out more
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