SunExpress, a joint venture of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa, will launch flights to 16 new foreign destinations from Izmir and Antalya by summer 2015.
“SunExpress will make scheduled flights to Paris CDG, Strasbourg, Lyon, Nantes, Genoa, Memmingen, Copenhagen, Luxembourg, Amsterdam and Stockholm from Antalya, in addition to its current flights to 38 foreign destinations. We will also start charter flights to Keflavik in Iceland, Pristina, and six destinations in Poland.
Overall, a total of 267 flights will be made on a weekly basis to 48 foreign destinations in 12 different countries from Antalya,” the company said in a written statement.
SunExpress will also operate flights to Brussels, Rome, Milan, Toulouse, Baku and London from Izmir in addition to its existing 30 foreign destinations. The company will make 123 flights to 36 foreign destinations from Turkey’s Aegean city of Izmir on a weekly basis.
“SunExpress connects 15 cities of Turkey to 65 different destinations in Europe. We will continue to grow in 2015 as the only airline company which makes direct scheduled flights from Anatolian cities to Europe,” said SunExpress Vice President Faruk Cizmecioglu.