|• Mayor||Ahmet Haşim Baltacı ( AKP)|
|Area||453 km2 (175 sq mi)|
|• Density||720/km2 (1,900/sq mi)|
|Time zone||TRT ( UTC+3)|
Arnavutköy (meaning " Albanian village" in Turkish ) is a municipality and district of Istanbul Province, Turkey.  Its area is 453 km2,  and its population is 326,452 (2022).  It is located on the European side of Istanbul and borders the Black Sea. Istanbul Airport is in the district. The mayor is Ahmet Haşim Baltacı of the AK Party. Arnavutköy borders Çatalca to the west, Büyükçekmece to the southwest, Esenyurt and Başakşehir to the south, and Eyüp to the east. Karaburun is a seaside resort on the Black Sea.
In 2008 the district Arnavutköy was created from parts of the districts Çatalca and Gaziosmanpaşa. The urban part of the new district, 29 neighbourhoods, was established as a municipality.   At the 2013 Turkish local government reorganisation, the rural part of the district was integrated into the municipality, the villages becoming neighbourhoods.