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| Antalya airport is, after Istanbul the busiest airport in Turkey. Although, it looks and feels like a local general aviation airport. It’s basic, no luxury, no services and with an extremely simple and illogical working style. Queuing is their favorite, extreme long lines and complete random and unnecessary lines waiting untill far outside of the airport. Personnel don’t seem to care, and are handling people as a livestock having to enter a truck for transport to the slaughterhouse. VIP entrance is done via a makeshift back entry together with the catering and security personnel. Antalya airport has 0 extra service besides checkin and customs. No WiFi, extremely crowded, long inefficient lines, and a complete random selection of cafes and restaurants, prices are outrageous. We had to wait in a sort of cafe, (food hall) which was supposed to be an authentical Mediterranean bakery shop, btw: it shared it’s terrace with the Burger King and McDonalds. We ordered 2 coffees and 1 croissant, which was a very average machine coffee with bubbles on top, all together we paid 55 lira (around 14-16$)! I have no idea what ICF is doing with their airport, they’ll have to make big changes to make this airport less a livestock slaughterhouse and maybe more into a 100.000.000 (1 hundrd million) travelers a year airport. Very unhappy about my experience.