Flight Ticket Information About Hatay

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1 stop - 8h 50m
09 December 2021, Thursday 12:25
Anadolu Jet
direct-flight - 1h 20m
28 December 2021, Tuesday 05:50
direct-flight - 1h 20m
13 January 2022, Thursday 12:25
Anadolu Jet
2 stop - 19h 50m
20 February 2022, Sunday 15:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 4h 10m
16 December 2021, Thursday 11:15
Anadolu Jet
1 stop - 6h 35m
13 December 2021, Monday 15:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 3h 45m
17 February 2022, Thursday 18:20
Anadolu Jet
1 stop - 19h 20m
19 December 2021, Sunday 15:40
Anadolu Jet
2 stop - 9h 20m
05 January 2022, Wednesday 15:40
Anadolu Jet
direct-flight - 1h 35m
06 January 2022, Thursday 15:40
direct-flight - 1h 40m
25 February 2022, Friday 22:50
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 8h 45m
18 January 2022, Tuesday 11:10
Anadolu Jet
1 stop - 12h 5m
03 December 2021, Friday 21:30
1 stop - 12h 50m
22 December 2021, Wednesday 09:00
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 5h 55m
07 January 2022, Friday 06:05

Information for Hatay Flights

There are 18 flights operating between Istanbul and Hatay. You may find frequent flights from Izmir, Istanbul and Antalya to Turkey, Hatay.

You can travel cheaper to Hatay by purchasing Hatay bus ticket.

Are you looking for cheap fares for Hatay flights? In the coming 3 months: Ankara Hatay 260 TL, Antalya Hatay 238 TL and Dalaman Hatay 429 TL

May and July months are the highest season for Turkey, Hatay. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: October and April.

Hatay, one of the geographies where human interaction is most intense in Anatolia, the cradle of civilizations, is an ancient city located in the eastern part of the Mediterranean, surrounded by Syria to the south and Osmaniye to the north, which has hosted many nations with various beliefs throughout its history.

Hatay, whose history dates back to 100,000 BC and 40,000 years, remained under the rule of the Hittite, Egyptian, Persian and Roman Empires and played an important role during the Crusades. Although it lived its independence as the Hatay State for a short time after the Seljuk and Ottoman rule, it joined Turkey as a province in 1939.

Places to visit

Hatay's rich cultural heritage and mystical aura, where people from all religions and sects, cultures and nationalities have lived for centuries, offers its visitors many options in terms of places to visit.

Habib-i Neccar Mosque, the oldest mosque within the borders of the Republic of Turkey and said to be the first mosque established in Anatolia, is one of the must-see places with its architecture and history. It was built over a pagan temple from the Roman period. Inside, there are the tombs of Yunus and Yahya, the apostles of Jesus, and Habib-i Neccar of Antakya, the first person to believe in them and be martyred.

The Simon Monastery, located on a mountain between Samandag, was built in the 6th century. Monastery Antioch St. It is famous as the place where Simone lived on a column for 40 years. Since Simone, a little boy who devoted himself to God, was curing diseases, this region was flooded with visitors throughout history, and even the mountain he lived on was called the "mountain of miracles". You climb the hill, which receives heavy winds, accompanied by the view of Hatay and the curves of the Asi River.

Known as the first church of Christianity, St. Pierre Church is a fascinating temple of worship, which is considered the world's first rock cave. It is a sacred place used by the first Christians of Antioch for secret meetings.

Barlaam Monastery, the first of two important monasteries in Hatay, is on Keldağ in Yayladağı District. Keldağ has been one of the places considered sacred by the Seleucids and Romans, starting with the Hittites throughout history. The monastery is MS. It was built by Georgian Priests in the 9th century and dedicated to Barlaam. After Bezge, you can climb the mountain by walking for 2.5 hours. You can reach the monastery by passing through a small path and steep cliffs. When you feel the flow of energy in the area you have reached at the end of this difficult journey, you think that I am glad I came.

In Hatay, which is on the pilgrimage and silk road, complexes that are important in terms of opening the region to settlement were built. In the Payas Sokullu Complex, built by Mimar Sinan in 1574, there are caravanserais, baths, madrasas, mosques and covered bazaars with 45 shops. Today, the opening of souvenir shops has brought this place back to its historical vitality.

The castle of Bakras, which is thought to belong to the Middle Ages and which will be enjoyed by those who love history, adventure, hiking and nature, has an important position in terms of controlling the old road leading to Arabia through the Belen Pass. An ideal place to look at Antakya from a different perspective…

Antakya Castle and Walls, founded by Alexander the Great in 300 BC, are among the important structures of the world. The castle, which was used by the Romans, Byzantines, Crusaders, Seljuks and Ottomans, has survived to the present day, despite numerous earthquakes and wars. Payas Castle, which was built during the Ottoman period to secure the pilgrimage route from Istanbul to Egypt and Hejaz via Tarsus, Adana and Antakya, is one of the most important historical castles you will want to see, whose existence has been known since the Hellenistic period.

Of course, the historical buildings you can visit in Hatay are not limited to these. There are many important tombs, inns, baths, fountains, mosques, churches, monasteries and synagogues in the city and its districts.

Hatay Archeology Museum, where the remains of Hatay from the first ages to the Middle Ages are presented to its visitors, has the second largest mosaic exhibition area in the world. You have the opportunity to see the history and unique cultural heritage of Antakya, the city of civilizations, closely.

Hatay Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Museum is the most interesting place in Hatay, where you will pass out while wandering among the fragrant scents. An old Antakya House has been restored and turned into a museum, and 280 kinds of medicinal and aromatic plants are presented to the public in glass jars and hand-knitted baskets.

In addition to its historical and cultural richness, Hatay, the city of tolerance, has an important place with its natural beauties. The village of Vakıflı, 5 km from the town of Samandağ and where the only Armenian community of the country lives, and the village cafe and church are among the places that must be visited.

FAQs about Hatay Flights

  • Which airlines are flying to Hatay?
    The airlines flying most frequently between Turkey and Hatay are: Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, Anadolu Jet, Egyptair and Lufthansa. The most popular route is Izmir to Hatay. Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines are the most popular airlines for this route.
  • How long does a flight takes to Hatay?
    • Antalya Hatay Flights: 1 hour 15 minutes
    • Ankara Hatay Flights: 1 hour 15 minutes
    • Istanbul Hatay Flights: 1 hour 20 minutes
    • Dalaman Hatay Flights: 3 hour 35 minutes
    • Izmir Hatay Flights: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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