Antalya Airport on Saturday, July 30, served 1,069 flights, which was the highest figure during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Such data is provided by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of Turkey.
The day before, the air harbor received 113 international and 956 domestic flights, the agency said.
Passenger traffic at the Antalya airport on July 30 amounted to more than 194,000 people (18,600 on domestic and 175,600 on international lines).
Antalya, a gateway to Turkey’s southern Mediterranean region with a resort and yacht-filled old harbor, attracts foreign tourists due to its sea, sand, sun, historical and natural charms, cultural structures, ancient landmarks and luxury accommodation options.
Antalya is sometimes referred to as the tourist capital of Turkey. Millions of holidaymakers from around the world visit the Mediterranean province every year.
More than 9 million foreign tourists visited Antalya in 2021. Most of them came from Ukraine, Germany and Russia.