Isparta Private Jet Charter

Süleyman Demirel Airport, which was put into service in 1997, is an airport located near the city of Isparta, 4 kilometers from the town of Gümüşgün. It is operated by the state-owned DHMI and is named after the former President of Turkey, Süleyman Demirel.

The airport was transferred to the business in 1997 and is being used for civilian purposes only. The internationally classified airport has a terminal with a capacity of 1.500.000 passengers per year and a asphalt runway, but no instrument landing system (ILS). The apron measures 220 × 100 meters and can accommodate five commercial aircraft. In addition to a cargo handling building, the airport also has an emergency medical station and a VIP lounge in the terminal for private jet passengers.

There are reciprocal Istanbul-Isparta flights every day by THY. In addition, Iranian planes fly to this airport in Turkey during the spring and summer months.

Isparta private jet charter prices

Although Isparta Süleyman Demirel Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Isparta are as follows.

Light Jet9.200 EUR + VAT
Midsize Jet13.650 EUR + VAT
Heavy Jet16.550 EUR + VAT
Light Jet (7 seats), Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

Places to visit in in Isparta

Isparta is one of the most popular cities in Turkey. Located in the Lakes Region, Isparta with its culture, economy, historical riches and natural beauties, is a city adorned with the scent of rose and lavender gardens.

You can visit many important mosques such as the pre-Ottoman Hızır Bey Mosque, Kutlubey or Ulu Mosque, and Hacı Abdi Mosque. The 16th century Firdevs Pasha Mosque, built by Mimar Sinan, is also a place of historical importance. If you love ancient cities, Antocheia in Isparta is a must-see spot.

You can also visit Limenia Island in Hoyran Lake, near Gaziri locality, 25 km from Yalvak district. It is an ancient city worth seeing on the island. It is 12 km from Sitculer town and 2 km from Sığırlık village. You can find the ruins of temples made of rectangular stones, a necropolis, a mausoleum and part of the city’s water system.

If churches fascinate you, Saint Paul church, Agia Baniya church or Agia Yorgi church are among the places worth seeing. The two national parks in Isparta are Kovada and Kızıldağ, which delight visitors with their natural beauties and historical ruins.

Transportation From Isparta Airport to the city center

There are various transportation alternatives to Isparta Airport, which has its own open car park. Passengers can reach the city centre using buses operated by S.S. 52 No. Gülkent Bus and Motor Carriers Cooperative. The buses, which depart according to the aircraft landing times, wait until all passengers get off.

There is also a taxi alternative for passengers who do not want to wait for the bus departure time. Taxis at the exit of the airport arrivals terminal have taximeters. Private transfers are also possible, which are more comfortable than taxis and have more luggage capacity. It is possible to rent a car with a driver by reservation from Bravo Tur, Jet Transfer and Hermes VIP Transfer companies that have offices in the port.

Passengers who want to reach the city center by renting a car can do so from the offices of companies such as Class Rent a Car, Tüfekçioğlu Rent a Car, Star Rent a Car and Nokta Rent a Car.