SunExpress will increase the capacities of the flights from Germany to Antalya, Izmir, Dalaman and Bodrum after Germany removes the travel restrictions on some touristic areas.
SunExpress is the first airline company to schedule both domestic and foreign flights from Antalya and Izmir in June after Turkey removed the restrictions. SunExpress has scheduled flights whose routes are directly from 14 different cities of Turkey to 29 spots in Europe.
Between all airlines, SunExpress provides Antalya with the most destination with domestic and foreign flights; SunExpress will also increase the capacity of Antalya flights by 15 percent in August.
SunExpress schedules daily international flights from Antalya to Germany’s many popular cities such as Köln, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Berlin and Nümberg; the company will add Münster and Osnabrück to it’s Antalya-Germany flight network in August.
Aside from providing 21 direct flights to Europe from Antalya, SunExpress will also increase the number of the flights whose destinations are London, Paris, Vienna and such.
The company offers direct flights from Köln, Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf and Berlin to Dalaman for once a week.
SunExpress increases foreign flights from Izmir
Antalya has domestic flights to Adana and Diyarbakir 10 times a week, to Van 7 times a week, to Gaziantep 6 times a week, to Trabzon and Samsun 3 times a week and to Kayseri 2 times a week; SunExpress will increase Ankara-Izmir flights to 4 times a day in August.
The company schedules direct flights from Izmir to 10 cities of Germany and increases the number of the flights constantly.
SunExpress has reciprocal European flights from Izmir to Zurich 5 times a week, to Vienna and Paris 3 times a week, to Brussels and Copenhagen 2 times a week and to Stockholm once a week.
SunExpress also offers direct flights from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hannover and Munich to Bodrum every Friday.
Domestic flight network continues to improve
SunExpress has domestic flights from Izmir to 13 destinations; from Izmir to Antalya, Diyarbakir, Adana, Gaziantep, Trabzon, Kayseri, Erzurum, Samsun, Van, Kars, Konya, Malatya and Hatay; the company increases Hatay flights to 4 times a week.
The airline will increase Erzurum flights to 4 times a week and Trabzon flights to 6 times a week in August.
SunExpress will increases flights as more and more countries remove the flight restrictions and continue to support Turkish tourism.
source: AA / translated by Bazaar Team