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Tag: transport

01 May

Bodrum – Kos ferry services, which stopped for 2 years due to the coronavirus, have recently started again! As of yesterday, Dentur Avrasya made its first voyage. The restrictions applied to commercial and private yachts for 2 years. Just between the Aegean coast and the Greek islands due to the pandemic lifted in the past days. […]

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27 March

Turkey – Northern Cyprus, then – Libya, Lebanon and Israel – a new touristic route! The Republic of Turkey shared plans to open a new tourist route along the Mediterranean Sea with a call to Libya. Despite the fact that Libya has not yet really recovered from the war. Approximate date of the beginning of transportations […]

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08 November

Toll roads in Turkey stay to be a common thing and their number only increases every year. By the way, notice that in Istanbul you also have to pay for crossing bridges. Going on vacation by car, many travelers overlook the fact that there are toll roads. At the moment there are 15 toll roads […]

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30 June

The new Bodrum bus station, which has been under construction since 2019, begun its work. The bus station (garage), built by the Mugla municipality and attracting an investment of 74 million Turkish lira, was put into service following the completion of tenders for office development. The foundations of the bus station laid on March 9, […]

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08 June

At the end of the June starts new international flights to Bodrum! Direct flights from Ireland, Azerbaijan, Macedonia and Germany starts after the 20th of June. Flights from Kazakhstan still operated only to Antalya. European holiday giant TUI starting to organize tours to Turkey’s touristic destinations. First package tours to the Aegean region start on June […]

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16 February

Pegasus will fly to Bodrum from 4 different Ukrainian airports during the summer season. In 2021 summer season Pegasus Airlines will launch flights to Turkey’s resort on six routes from different Ukraine cities. During the summer season, the airline plans to serve three routes, from Kiev to Bodrum, Izmir and Dalaman. Pegasus will also fly […]

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17 October

In the Kumbahçe district, on Pashaatarlasi street in Bodrum, the traffic pattern changed to one-way. According to the Transport Department of the Muğla decision, on Paşatarlası street, the traffic flow on the section from the old Halikarnas club to the ship pier will now allowed in one direction. Thus, the movement of vehicles from the pier […]

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17 June

The Onur Air company will start daily flights from Istanbul Airport to Trabzon and Antalya and to Bodrum 4 days a week. Onur Air will start domestic flights on June 26 and international flights on July 15. According to Onur Air’s statement, the company restarts its scheduled flights, which suspended due to the new type […]

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05 June

Today, Bodrum airport welcomed the first, during the normalization process after the new type of coronavirus pandemic (Сovid-19), Anadolu Jet flight, an affiliate of Turkish Airlines, from Ankara. On March 28, due to the coronavirus epidemic, all flights suspended. Today, by decision of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure to issue a “flight certificate”, flights resumed. […]

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19 May

Bodrum-Datça ferry services, which suspended due to new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) measures and Bodrum Liman renew restarted on May 19. In statement made by Muğla Metropolitan Municipality reported that the 3 ferry start service between Bodrum and Datça. According to the statement ferry services between Bodrum and Datça, which suspended due to Covid-19 measures […]

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08 May

Distance between Bodrum and other cities in Turkey:  Bodrum – Marmaris (by car) – 163 km. Travel time ≈ 2 hours 14 min; Bodrum – Marmaris (by ferry) – 110 km. Travel time ≈ 2 hours 10 min; Bodrum – Fethiye – 232.7 km. Travel time ≈ 3 hours 9 min. Paid road; Bodrum – Antalya – 400.6 km. […]

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14 March

The number of coronavirus cases in Turkey has risen to five, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Friday. The coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, spread to at least 114 countries. What Turkey undertake against virus: On 14 March at 08:00 all inbound flights from 9 European countries – Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, […]

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