Located in the Gaziemir district, 18 km from the city center, Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is accessible by Havaş shuttles, public buses, train, taxi or personal car. You can also rent a car from various car rental agencies at the airport or in various locations in the city.
Havaş shuttles that take off from Çeşme, Alsancak, Karşıyaka-Mavişehir and Kuşadası are the most preferred means of transportation to the airport.
These buses stop at certain central locations to pick up passengers or transport passengers to bus stops.
Adnan Menderes Airport is accessible using the bus lines 200 (Mavişehir), 202 (Alsancak), and 204 (Bornova). If you don’t have a Kentkart (smart card for fare payment) you can buy a 3-5 ticket (üç-beş bilet), which has 2, 3, or 5 credits on it.
The fastest way to get to the airport is by train. Adnan Menderes Airport is located in between the Sarnic and Cumaovasi stops. You can get to Adnan Menderes Airport by using the Izban Train, which serves the route between Aliağa-Tepeköy.
You can find a taxi at any hour in front of the terminal. If you’re travelling far from the airport consider negotiating with the taxi driver for a lower fare.
Adnan Menderes Airport has a multi-story parking lot that is connected to both the arrivals and departures terminal. The parking lot has a capacity of 2,237 vehicles.
You can rent a car at Adnan Menderes Airport from the following car rental agencies: Payless, Yes Oto National, Sixt, Avis, Işıl Tur, Zafer, Duray, Europcar, Hertz, Sun and Central
Cafes, bars and restaurants located in the terminal include Cafe İzmir, Cafe Nero, Express-o Busgate, Express-o Hava, Express-o Kara, Gloria Jean's Cafe, Kantin, Ekmekarası Café, Beer Port Bar, Burger King, and Ton-Ton.
In addition, if you want to go shopping you can visit the Old Bazaar, Gift Shops, Desa, Alsancak, Toyzz Shop, D&R, Samsonite, Simpark Tobacco Shop, Duty Free Shop and Setur stores.
Passengers who want to spend time in the terminal can explore the exhibition at the TAV Gallery in the international departures hall or watch TV and connect to the internet while enjoying food and beverage service at the Comfort Lounge or Millenium Lounge.Last Updated: August 27, 2018
It’s very easy to travel from Kastrup Airport to the centre of Copenhagen, which is just 8 km away. It’s possible to use a taxi, bus, train, take the metro, or use other public transportation methods. It’s also possible to rent a car.
Your first choice in getting from the airport to the centre might be to take a taxi. You can easily reach the city centre by grabbing a taxi from Terminal 2 or 3. It’s possible to pay the taxi fare by card as well as with cash. If you’re planning to go on to Sweden then you should take one of the taxis that leave from Terminal 3.
Trains are one of the more economic options. It’s really easy to reach the city centre by taking a train from the station in Terminal 3. You can reach Terminal 3 in just 5 minutes with one of the free shuttle buses that are part of the transport system within the airport. You can get your tickets from the station and reach most places in Denmark and Sweden by train.
Another economic option is to take the metro. You can catch it from Terminal 3 and it should take you comfortably to the city centre. There’s a metro every 5 minutes during the day, and every 15 minutes in the later evening hours. You can go to many places in Copenhagen with the metro. Tickets are available at the station.
There’s a large number of buses departing from the airport, and also shuttle bus services at the airport which can help you get from terminal to terminal.
Car rental is another option aside from public transport or taxis. You can rent a car from the agencies that are located in both Terminal 2 and 3 at the airport.
You can choose to rent a car with a driver if you wish. Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, Budget and Sixt. are among the car rental agencies you can choose from.
There are different alternatives to get from Roskilde Airport, the second important airport for the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen. These options include bus, train, and car rental. There’s additionally a car park at the airport for privately owned cars and vehicles.
It’s possible to reach Copenhagen city centre in a short amount of time with one of the taxis you can take from Roskilde Airport. Even though it is quite expensive, it might be the best option in terms of time if the traffic is moving fast. You can pay the taxi fare with cash or card.
One of the more economic options is to take the train. The trains you can take from Roskilde Airport can take you with ease to the city centre. They come every 10 minutes during weekdays and you can reach various regions in the city within 22 minutes and it takes just 21 minutes to reach the main train station in Copenhagen.
Another economic option is to take the bus. You can reach the city center with one of the buses you can take from in front of the airport terminal in 20 minutes. You can find out different bus routes and departure/arrival times by looking at the airport website.
Another option you might prefer is renting a car. You can get to the city center comfortably by renting a car from the rental agencies at the airport, either with or without a driver. Sixt and Europcar provide these services at the airport.