Havaş Airport Bus
Havaş airport buses meet all AnadoluJet, Onur Air, Pegasus Airlines, Sun Express and Turkish Airlines flights arriving at Milas-Bodrum Airport, and take arriving passengers to Bodrum’s Otogar, stopping along the way at Güvercinlik and the Torba highway intersection. The one-way journey takes less than an hour and costs TL10.
Returning to the airport, Havaş buses depart two hoursbefore flight time. More…
AtlasJet Airport Bus
Atlasjet operates its own free bus service for its passengers between the airport and the Bodrum Otogar. (If you’ve paid TL90 for a flight ticket all the way to Bodrum, it seems crazy to pay TL100 for a taxi to go from the airport to Bodrum!)
Muttaş Airport Bus
The Muğla Metropolitan Municipality (Muğla BüyükŞehir Belediyesi) also operates airport shuttle buses between Milas-Bodrum Airport and Bodrum’s Otogar, stopping along the way at Güvercinlik and the Torbahighway intersection.
Otherwise, airport taxis have a lock on the airport transportation market at Milas-Bodrum Airport, because vehicles picking up passengers at the airport must be licensed tourism minivans or buses.
In other words, your hotel can’t just send a car to pick you up. It’s got to be a tourism-licensed vehicle.
A taxi from the airport to Bodrumcosts TL100. Other rates are on the photo of the taxi fares sign on the right-hand side of this page. Güzergah = destination.
Lots of buses and minibuses pass by on the D330 Milas-Bodrum highway 2 km (1.25 miles) east of the International terminal, but a taxi won’t agree to take you only as far as the highway, and it might be difficult to get a bus to stop for you.
From Milas-Bodrum Airport to…
Bodrum: 33 km (21 miles) SW, 45 minutes
Kuşadası: 125 km (77 miles) NW, 2 hours
Marmaris: 133 km (82 miles) SE, 2 hours
Milas: 16 km (10 miles) S, 20 minutes
Muğla: 78 km (48 miles) E, 1.5 hours
Selçuk/Ephesus: 140 km (87 miles) NW, 2.3 hours
Söke: 102 km (63 miles) NW, 1.75 hours
Yalıkavak: 53 km (33 miles) NE, 1 hour
—by Tom Brosnahan