With the German government canceling travel warnings to Antalya, Izmir, Dalaman and Bodrum, SunExpress announced that it will increase the capacity of its touristic flights to these four cities.
Following the lifting of the flight ban in Turkey in Antalya in June, both internal and external lines and the first airline SunExpress, which regulates flight from Izmir, Turkey's 14 cities from continuing to perform direct scheduled flights to 29 destinations in Europe.
SunExpress, the airline that connects Antalya to the most domestic and international destinations with direct scheduled flights, offers a 15% capacity increase in Antalya flights in August.
SunExpress, which organizes daily international flights from Antalya to many popular cities in Germany such as Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Berlin and Nuremberg, also adds Münster and Osnabrück destinations to its Antalya-Germany flight network in August. SunExpress offers direct scheduled flights from Antalya to 21 European cities, while increasing the number of flights to London, Paris, Vienna and many other destinations in August.
The airline also offers scheduled flights from Cologne, Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf and Berlin once a week to Dalaman.
SunExpress offers flights 10 times a week from Antalya to Adana and Diyarbakır, 7 times a week to Van, 6 times a week to Gaziantep, 3 times to Trabzon and Samsun and 2 flights to Kayseri in August. It increases from 2 times to 4.
20% capacity increase in İzmir
SunExpress, which organizes direct scheduled flights from Izmir to 10 cities in Germany on international flights, increases the number of flights to many cities in Germany such as Düsseldorf, Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich, Hamburg, Hannover and Cologne. SunExpress offers reciprocal flights from Izmir from other European destinations 5 times a week to Zurich, 3 times a week to Vienna and Paris, 2 times a week to Brussels and Copenhagen and 1 time a week to Stockholm, and also offers frequency increases on Amsterdam and Basel routes.
The airline also offers scheduled flights from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hanover and Munich to Bodrum every Friday.
SunExpress, which organizes flights from Izmir to Antalya, Diyarbakır, Adana, Gaziantep, Trabzon, Kayseri, Erzurum, Samsun, Van, Kars, Konya and Malatya within the framework of domestic flights, offers 4 flights per week by increasing the number of flights to Hatay in August. The airline, which flies to a total of 13 destinations from Izmir on domestic flights, increases its Erzurum flights to 4 per week and Trabzon flights to 6 per week in August.
SunExpress, which is air-bridge between Turkey and Europe, the travel restrictions lifted flight plan of the country will continue to implement and support the expansion of Turkish tourism.
Hibya News Agency