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Bodrum Airport (BJV)-Transfer pick-up times-departure and arrival times

Bodrum Airport (BJV) Departures and arrivals
Departures and arrival times from airport Bodrum (BJV)

Inform yourself about today's 24.02.2024 flight status for your domestic or international flight from Bodrum airport(BJV) using our flight schedule with current flight information to arrivals and departures. Switch between arrivals and departures from Bodrum airport and find the flight that interests you by using the quick search. Here you can enter the airline, flight number or departure/arrival city. The flight search shows you also which terminal your Bodrum flight is departing from or arriving from and whether there are any delays.

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Airport-transfer from Bodrum (BJV) Airport

From Bodrum (BJV) Airport directly to the hotel or vice versa – sit back and enjoy your vacation without any worries!

Are you looking for a cheap airport transfer in Turkey? Then take a look at our offers for the destination regions of Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman and Izmir! You can also find the right transfer service in Istanbul, the only city on two continents.

Pickup time for transfer to Bodrum (BJV) Airport

To query your pick-up time, please enter your customer number. Please note that the final flight details and pick-up time for your return transfer to the airport Bodrum (BJV) must be received no later than one day before Departure date will be announced from 6:00 p.m. local time.

No waiting times or driving to other hotels. Reserve here a private transfer with or without a CIP lounge service at the airport.


A relaxed way to end your vacation. When you book the CIP airport service and VIP lounge, you will be greeted at the airport and escorted through priority check-in, baggage and passport control.
Make the waiting time at the airport as pleasant and comfortable as possible. The service includes pick-up and greeting upon arrival and access to the terminal via a dedicated entrance with escort to the CIP lounge.
You will be escorted quickly and without waiting through a special X-ray machine and a special passport control booth. You can use the CIP lounge for up to two hours, where coffee, tea, water, soft drinks and snacks are available free of charge. You also have free access to TV, WiFi and magazines.

Coffee, tea, water, soft drinks and snacks

Please take into account:
  • The tickets must be shown at the entrance.
  • VIP service staff will welcome you in the departure area of Terminal 1 at the CIP column next to entrance G and in front of the departure area of Terminal 2 at the CIP column in front of entrance H
  • No porter service
  • Ask for the WiFi password at the lounge information desk

Booking conditions:
Please note that this is just a non-binding pre-registration and not a final booking. The booking will not be effective until a representative from your agency has received payment for the pre-booked service. Your agency representative will contact you.

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Baggage Weight Limits

The number, dimensions and weight of luggage you can take with you are limited depending on the destination, ticket class and airline. You may have to pay an additional fee for baggage over a certain limit.

Escape your choice of airline to travel; Be sure to check your ticket and find out about your right to carry up to 1kg of luggage and other information.

Also, find out about the size and weight restrictions on carry-on baggage that you can take into the cabin. Also, do not exceed the width limits and carrying capacity, so as not to damage or break the handle of your baggage/luggage due to overcrowding during transportation. It is the baggage that the passenger takes into the aircraft under his/her own control and responsibility . The prohibited items in carry-on baggage are listed in Schedule-17 of the National Civil Aviation Security Program. However, as of October 1, 2009, by order of the General Directorate of Civil Aviation, there is a liquid limit for international flights departing from our airport.

Hand Baggage Policy

Carry-on baggage

Liquid restriction includes all liquids, gels, aerosols, etc. in hand luggage. New regulations on the restricted carriage of goods:

- The maximum amount of liquids that can be carried in hand luggage is 100 ml.
- These liquids should be transported separately in 1 liter 20cm x 20cm transparent ziplock bags.
- Each passenger can only take 1 piece of luggage.
- Drugs (prescription only and in original packaging) and baby food are excluded from this application.
- Liquids: water, syrup, etc. other drinks, creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, make-up materials (liquid lipstick, mascara, etc.), toothpaste, shaving gels and foams, hair gels, deodorants, contact lens liquids, shampoos, jams, honey , yoghurt etc . substances.

Duty free

Liquids purchased in duty-free shops must be transported in closed special bags together with the receipt. Please only open closed bags at the end of your journey. Otherwise, the contents of the bag may be confiscated at security checkpoints. If you have a connecting flight to the countries of the European Union or the USA, duty-free products (over 100 ml) may not be carried as carry-on baggage, even in ziplock bags.

Check in

For check-in, it is recommended to be at the airport 1.5 hours before departure for domestic flights and 2 hours before departure for international flights.

You must have your ticket, valid passport and ID with you when you get to the airport. Passengers without ID will not be accepted on board. All passengers, including children and infants, must present their ID upon check-in. Passengers traveling with electronic tickets must know their PNR number and present their valid IDs. Since the baggage handling rules of the individual airlines may differ, you can find out from the respective airline about the number and weight of the baggage to be carried.

The electronic information monitors at the counters and the passenger information boards in the terminal tell you which counters you use to have your check-in process carried out. Passengers register with their ticket, photo ID (valid passport, ID card, driver's license, marriage certificate) and, if applicable, luggage at the check-in counter of the respective airline. If a visa is required for the destination country, it is essential that a valid visa is present in the passport. If there is luggage, a name tag with information such as first name, last name, telephone number and address must be attached to the luggage.

For carry-on baggage that can be taken into the cabin, the check-in officer must be informed and a carry-on baggage tag must be attached.

At the check-in counters, after checking the accuracy of the information, the airline employee prepares the boarding pass and baggage tag from the check-in system and takes the baggage. The small part of the baggage tag is attached to the ticket given to the passenger. The other part is attached to the luggage and sent to the plane. The check-in process is completed by giving the passenger the boarding pass with the ticket, ID and number of flights, gate number, boarding time and seat number to be traveled on the plane.


Souvenir shops in International and Domestic Terminals

Shops at Milas Bodrum Airport are open 24 hours a day. Our passengers are offered a variety of shopping possibilities.

Duty Free options at Bodrum Airport

ATÜ provides duty free merchandising service in Turkey with 110 stores and 23,000 m2 in 8 countries on 4 continents. also manages duty-free operations at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Ankara Esenboğa Airport, Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, Gazipaşa Alanya Airport and Muğla Bodrum Airport. The company is represented abroad in Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi in Georgia, Uuml, Ohrid in Macedonia, Enfidha, Monastir, Carthage, Jerba, Sfax, Tozeur, Tabarka, Latvia in Tunisia and operates duty-free shops in Riga in Oman and Salalah in Oman, Medina in Saudi Arabia and Houston George Bush Airports in the United States. Founded in cooperation with TAV Airports and Unifree, ATÜ is the largest customs shop operator in Turkey. Duty Fee gives passengers access to 50,000 different types of products that suit their needs and the world's most famous brands at great prices.

Forum - Airport Bodrum (BJV)


  1. Posted by Nicole| 04.11.2023|

    Are there facilities for passengers with reduced mobility at Antalya Airport?

    • Replied by Mehmet| 04.11.2023

      Yes, Antalya Airport has facilities for passengers with reduced mobility, including wheelchair access and specially equipped toilets. It is recommended to inform airlines in advance of any special needs for assistance.

  2. Posted by Gabriella Kippenberger| 03.11.2023|
    Which airlines fly to Antalya Airport?
    • Replied by Mehmet| 03.11.2023

      Antalya Airport is an international airport and is served by a variety of airlines. Airlines that fly to the airport include Turkish Airlines, SunExpress, Pegasus Airlines, Lufthansa, Aeroflot, British Airways, and many more.

  3. Posted by Ewaldt| 01.11.2023|

    Is it really true that you are not allowed to import stones or sand from Turkey into Germany? I'm going on vacation soon and a friend told me so, but is that really true? 

    • Replied by Frido| 01.11.2023

      You can take stones home with you, but there is always a risk that this stone is an ancient stone! And then the Turks understand. If you don't kid customs officials, then it's all about smuggling ancient national treasures and it means prison in Turkey! This made a big splash in the press a few years ago, when a German tourist spent ages in prison because he had a supposedly antique stone in his luggage!

    • Replied by Diego| 02.11.2023

      in Turkey, all sorts of things are seen as a natural asset or as a national treasure (as has already been said here), which COULD be ancient. And it's not that unlikely. If you are unlucky, you will really get hold of a valuable, ancient stone. So, no matter how beautiful it is - leave it alone, the same goes for mussels (although I haven't found a single shell in TR yet!!)

    • Replied by Vinzenz| 03.11.2023

      So you can take sand with you. When it comes to stones, you have to be careful that they are not special stones (stones are not considered ANCIENT or cultural assets, but only mosaics or clay etc.) You would have to be careful with mussels, because they would also cause problems in Germany (ANIMAL WELFARE).

    • Replied by Carla| 04.11.2023

      Yes that's true! They believe that everything that is lying around is archeologically valuable

    • Replied by Hausmann| 04.11.2023

      It's 100% true and I would also take care of the basara and if possible not take any shells with me

  4. Posted by Fanny Trausch| 01.11.2023|

    Sorry for the stupid question, but my kids are very picky and don't eat everything.  Is there a kebab shop at Antalya Airport?

    • Replied by Willi | 03.11.2023

      Hi Fanny, there is a kebab shop in Terminal 1 in the counter hall and one after passport control. However, the kebab in these shops does not taste as good as the ones in the city and is also very expensive. By the way, the question is very valid and is anything but stupid...

  5. Posted by Marek Volczik| 01.11.2023|
    What is the distance to Antalya Airport from the city centre?
    • Replied by Mehmet| 01.11.2023
      Antalya Airport is located about 13 kilometers east of Antalya city center. The journey to the city centre usually takes about 20 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.
  6. Posted by Frank| 01.11.2023|

    Hello, our tour operator informed us that they will pick up us 5 hours earlier for the return flight transfer to Bodrum Airport . The drive from Side to Bodrum Airport takes just over an hour. When I complained, the representative told me that they drive to several hotels and therefore had to pick us up early. Well, if I have booked a shuttle transfer I have to accept it willy-nilly :(
    We have now decided to take a private transfer from our hotel to Bodrum (BJV) Airport. Which transfer company can you recommend to me? And what would such a transfer to the Bodrum Airport approximately cost?

    • Replied by Mehmet| 01.11.2023

      Hello Frank, with shuttle transfers it is common for customers to be picked up quite early because, as you said, several hotels are served. And then there's the fact that you have to be at the airport at least 2 hours beforehand...
      Regarding your question if anyone can help; Now that I run this forum and, as an employee of the Meeting Point agency, I also take care of these topics, I can of course help you.
      As an agency that is a subsidiary of the FTI Group, we have a wide range of services. The services we offer also include transfer services to and from airports such as Antalya, Dalaman, Bodrum and Istanbul. If you would like to inquire about transfer prices and details about our private transfer services, I recommend you to click here to get more information about a private transfer from your hotel to Bodrum (BJV) Airport.

  7. Posted by Tomasz| 31.10.2023|

    I don't know if I'm right with this question here, but how much fake clothes can you take from Turkey?

    • Replied by Mehmet| 01.11.2023

      You've come to the right place with this question:) For personal use, the introduction of fake clothes is permitted up to a maximum limit of 430 euros. However, if the suitcase is filled to the top with cheaper fake clothes, it can be expensive if customs come across it during an inspection - even if the fake clothes are intended for friends or family.

    • Replied by Derman| 02.11.2023

      Customs lists the travel allowances from a non-EU country in detail: For air and sea travel, goods up to a value of 430 euros may be imported duty-free. When entering the country by train or car, the limit is 300 euros.

  8. Posted by Klaus Schellscheidt| 30.10.2023|

    Hello, are there any car rental companies at Antalya Airport?

    • Replied by Mehmet| 04.11.2023

      Yes, there are a variety of car rental companies available at Antalya Airport, including international and local companies. Travelers can rent vehicles at the airport to explore the Antalya region.

  9. Posted by Santos| 29.10.2023|

    Hello, is it possible to book an airport transfer at Antalya Airport? Or should you take a taxi or other means of public transport, if there is one at all? 

    • Replied by Mehmet| 29.10.2023

      Yes, you can book airport transfers at Antalya Airport. There are several options for airport transfers, including private transfers, shuttle buses, and taxis. Here are some options:

      1. 1. Private Airport Transfers: You can book private airport transfers in advance with various providers. These transfers will pick you up directly at the airport and take you directly to your destination, be it a hotel, a holiday home or any other accommodation. This is often the most convenient and stress-free option.

      2. 2. Shuttle buses: There are also shuttle buses at Antalya Airport that serve various tourist spots. These tend to be a more cost-effective option, but may require longer wait times and additional stops.

      3. 3. Taxis: Taxis are available at Antalya Airport and are a convenient way to reach your destination. You can take an official taxi from the airport taxi rank, and prices are usually fixed.

      It is advisable to book your transfer in advance, (click here for airport transfer quotes) especially if you prefer a private transfer to ensure that a vehicle is ready for you. The choice of transfer depends on your personal preferences and budget. Private transfers usually offer the highest level of comfort and convenience, while shuttle buses and taxis are other options. For more questions and information you can read about transfers in my blog.

  10. Posted by Andrei75| 28.10.2023|

    For health reasons, I had a spice broth mixed in Turkey by a naturopath and had it bottled. That's all well and good, but how can I pass through the control at antalya airport?

    • Replied by Der Friese| 28.10.2023

      Dear Andrei... Don't ? do that

    • Replied by Mehmet| 28.10.2023

      I am of the same opinion as the Frisian Dear Andrei  ?

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