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Here you can select the passengers for this flight reservation.
The list includes those of your company’s employees who have access to the Finnair Corporate Online services. By default the logged-in user is selected and marked as the primary passenger, and his or her contact information is added in the reservation. However, you can also book flights for others and exclude yourself from the reservation. The primary passenger’s contact information can also be changed on the Passenger Details page.
If some passengers are missing in this list, you can add them manually to the reservation on the Passenger Details page.
Antalya is one of several port-cities on the Turkish Riviera and the perfect holiday destination for sun worshippers, history buffs and food lovers alike. With so many beautiful white beaches near at hand, tourists are often tempted to spend their entire holiday lying in the sun. But don’t forget that there are also plenty of historic sights and excellent restaurants to experience, as well as breathtaking mountainous countryside to explore.
In addition to being the epicentre of the city’s colourful nightlife, Antalya’s old town, Kaleiçi, is overflowing with fascinating historic architecture, some of which is ancient Roman in origin. It’s easy to while away hour after hour wandering the quaint, narrow streets, and there’s no shortage of cosy restaurants offering delicious local cuisine. Visitors looking for the ultimate al fresco dining experience would do well to head for Düden Waterfalls, which is an excellent spot for a picnic on a hot day – and the view is unforgettable!
The city is a great destination for shoppers, and its wealth of traditional bazaars and modern shopping centres offer endless opportunities to pick up goods at bargain prices.
Finnair flies to Antalya from early June until late October up to twice a week via transfer-friendly Helsinki Airport. Book your flights today!
The airport is located 13 km northeast of Antalya city centre.
Finnair flies to Antalya from 30 March until 23 October 2014.