Dalaman is a southern district of Turkey . The town of Dalaman is the population centre of the district, which has fewer than 30,000 inhabitants. There isn’t much in the district besides the airport. Dalaman is mostly known as the gateway to the rest of southern region of Turkey.
Most people travelling through Dalaman are headed to one of the Turkish sea resorts including Fethiye, Dalyan, and Marmaris.
Dalaman Airport (Airport code DLM) is one of three options for travelling to the southwestern region of Turkey. The other two options are Milas-Bodrum Airport (Airport code BJV) and Antalya Airport (Airport code AYT).
Dalaman Airport has around 20 airlines that operate regularly scheduled flights. Thomas Cook Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Jet2, and Lufthansa operate the most frequent services of those carriers. Onur Air, Thomas Cook and Thomson Airways fly to and from the most destinations of the served airlines at Dalaman Airport. In all, travellers can come from or go to over 120 cities via the Dalaman Airport.
Of the airlines served by Dalaman Airport, many are low cost carriers. These include BMI, Condor, EasyJet, Jet2, Monarch, TUIfly and Viking Airlines.