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Private Flights to Turkey

Lifeair offers a personalized charter service to and from the beautiful Turkey.

We do our best to suit your unique needs and budget in order to provide you with comfort and flexibility, covering everything from ground services to your in-flight experience tailored down to smallest details.

For further information or flight order to Turkey call us: 054-33-55-235

Turkey is an exciting and fascinating country from all aspects – landscapes, culture, food, music, history, geography and more. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world because of its proximity to three continents – Europe, Asia and Africa. Tourists delight in its culinary abundance, its unique oriental architecture, the warm and friendly welcome of the Turkish people and their lovely hospitality customs, as well as the all-inclusive luxurious resorts widespread along its riviera.

Turkey resides in the Middle East, in the Asia Minor area, north of Lebanon. It also borders on Greece, Bulgaria, Georgia, Armenia and Iran. More than 80 million people live in Turkey, whose capital city is Ankara. The country is an important Muslim republic with much influence in the area. Its climate is relatively mild, except for the months of July and August, when its very hot and humid. Turkey’s prices are very reasonable, especially compared to other European countries, which is another reason people like so much to visit it.

Turkey has a rich and diverse culture with deep roots in ancient Antalya. It is the birthplace of the Ottoman Empire, which had been one of the strongest empires in world history for a thousand years, ruling over most of south-east Europe, west Asia and the north of Africa.

Today, Turkey is one of the leading tourist destinations in Europe, as it offers something for anyone – from ancient cities to natural wonders, from historical mosques to modern shopping centers, from hot springs to ski resorts, and much more. Tourists also like viewing the antiques and visiting the vibrant bazaars. In Turkey you’ll find some of the world’s best beaches, where you can relax on a deck chair with a good book or participate in marine sports such as diving, gliding and snorkeling. The country also offers some of the most entertaining nightlife in Europe, thanks to its lively bars and clubs.

Turkey’s rich culture and history come into expression in its cuisine, as well as in artisan traditions such as weaving carpets and fabrics, ceramics and making metallic tools. Turkey’s cuisine is a favorite of many tourists and is considered one of the most delicious in the world. It has been influenced by many cultures over time, such as the Greek, Arab, Persian and the cultures of central Asia. Turkish cuisine is highly diverse and offers a wide range of flavors to please any palate. The most popular dish in Turkey is the kebab, which is prepared from beef or mutton, chicken or fish. But the Turks also specialize in sweet dishes and pastries, especially those made of phyllo dough.

Since the ‘90s, Turkey has been enjoying a massive development boost, particularly in the fields of tourism and hoteliery. Businesspeople and companies from all over the world run major branches in the country, and real estate investors purchase property and invest in projects in the fields of tourism, industry and more.

Destinations in Turkey


Airport: Atatürk International Airport

Airport: Sabiha Gökçen International Airport

Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and one of the highest-populated cities in Europe. It is situated right on the Bosphorus Strait, which connects the Black Sea with the Mediterranean. More than 15 million residents live in Istanbul, which has been an important cultural and economic center for centuries. It was founded by the Greeks as Byzantium, but its name was changed to Constantinople in 330 AD after being conquered by the Roman emperor Constantine I. The Ottomans conquered the city in 1453. They kept its name till the end of World War I, when it was changed to the Muslim name Istanbul after the Ottoman capital that lay on the other side of the Bosphorus.

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Airport: Antalya International Airport

Antalya sits on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, in south-west Turkey, at the center of the Turkish Riviera. It is home to more than half a million people. The area has been an important trade hub for the Ancient Greeks, Romans and Byzantines. The city has thousands of years’ worth of history and culture, starting at its foundation in 190 BC by Attalus II Philadelphus of Pergamon under the name Attalya. It has later become one of the major cities of the Roman Empire, with its seaport functioning as a main trading point between Rome and India. The area was conquered by the Seljuk Turks before becoming part of the Ottoman Empire in 1453 AD, and has been known as Antalya (or Anatolia) since that time. The weather in Antalya is hot and dry during the summer, with an average temperature of 30 degrees centigrade. The winters are mild, with an average temperature of 15 degrees centigrade.

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Airport: International Airport Dalaman

Dalaman is a small beach town in the south of Turkey, on the Turkish Riviera. Around 100,000 people reside in it. It was founded by the Ancient Greeks and later became a Roman colony, and was then taken by the Ottomans. Dalaman has its own international airport that used to be a military base.

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Airport: International Airport Milas-Bodrum

Bodrum is a city and region in the county of Mugla in south-west Turkey, on the shores of the Aegean Sea, at the entrance to the Gumbet Bay. It was founded by the Phoenicians when they first arrived at this area, has later been turned into an important Roman trade harbor and has been populated ever since. In Roman times, Bodrum’s name was Halicarnassus of Caria, and at that time it was home to the Mausoleum, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

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Airport: International Airport Izmir Adnan Menderes

Izmir is the third-largest city in Turkey with more than 3 million people residing in it. It is also one of the most ancient cities in the world, with some sources dating it to 3000 BC. Izmir used to be called Smyrna, and it has been a successful commercial center for centuries thanks to its location on the coast of the Aegean Sea, next to the Gediz River Delta, and due to its proximity to Antalya. Izmir has several natural harbors that allow it to play an important role in world trade. Today Izmir is one of the most developed and growing cities in Turkey, home to many international companies and organizations.

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