A LITTLE-KNOWN airline is launching hundreds of new flights between the UK and Turkey for next summer.
British holidaymakers can already look forward to next summer as additional seats are being added at two destinations in Turkey.
Corendon Airlines, a Turkey-based airline, will add new flights from several UK airports to Dalaman and Antalya, both located in Turkey.
Accordingly TTG mediathe news came after the airline reported strong sales for 2024.
By next year, the airline will operate 27 weekly flights between the UK and Turkey.
Flights are operated from airports such as London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Bristol and Glasgow.
Corendon Airlines has already put 300,000 seats up for sale for the summer of 2024.
The airline’s commercial director, Mine Aslan, said: “Dalaman has proved extremely popular in the UK market in recent years and we expect good demand for the destination in 2024.”
Corendon Airlines was founded in 2004 and launched its first flight a year later.
Since then, the airline has transported six million passengers to and from tourist hotspots in Europe every year.
But he is not the only operator who is already thinking about next summer.
Earlier this year, holiday operator Jet2 announced it was launching hundreds of new flights from Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport.
The new program includes seven exclusive routes from Liverpool to Gran Canaria, Menorca, Rhodes, Zante, Madeira, Paphos and Burgas, Bulgaria.
Flights will begin on March 28, 2024, but more than 500,000 seats have already been sold.
Meanwhile, a British airline that went bankrupt six years ago is set to return.
Monarch Airlines could soon be offering flights from the UK again, as well as holiday packages.
Low-cost airline PLAY launched last year, replacing WOW Air, which went bust in 2019, with cheap flights between the UK and US.
And Global Airlines will introduce cheap transatlantic flights between the UK and the US.