Turkish Domestic Flights
Do I need a passport for domestic flights in Turkey?
A passport is typically only used when entering or leaving a country. So, when flying on a domestic flight you are not technically leaving the country and therefore you won't usually require a passport. But, as you will need a form of valid photo ID for check-in and boarding, many travellers will often choose to use their passports anyway. It's a good measure to check the rules of the airline, as some may have different flying rules as others.
What is the baggage allowance on Turkey's domestic flights?
Baggage allowance differs from airline to airline, the route and fare you are flying. It's always important to check your specific allowance with the airline directly or you can check your electronic ticket, as sometimes the routes and aircraft travelling on may mean the baggage allowance varies. Ensure to also check the dimension restrictions of the baggage, so that you aren't charged for excess baggage.
What time do I need to check-in for a domestic flight in Turkey?
Although the check-in times will differ depending on the airline you're flying with or airport flying from, the check-in finishing time for domestic flights is often much later than it's for international flights because passengers generally need less time to go through the immigration and border controls at the airport.
Can I buy a domestic flight in Turkey online?
Yes, you can buy domestic flights online with Alternative Airlines. Click here to find and book your domestic flights with different airline carriers to locations around Turkey.