Turkish Airlines is increasing its flights from Gatwick by adding a brand new route to Istanbul’s second airdrome.
The carrier, that already flies to Istanbul’s main hub of Mustafa Kemal from Gatwick, is introducing services to Sabiha Gokcen airdrome from Fri (May 3). The route can at first operate thrice per week before going daily from June one.
“Gatwick is a vital airdrome within the London region and this increasing capability can meet current and future demands within the space – flying to Sabiha Gokcen offers new and exciting opportunities.”
“Turkey is AN improbably vital marketplace for each business and leisure travellers thus we have a tendency to square measure delighted that Turkish Airlines can currently supply a lot of direct services from Gatwick.
“Istanbul may be a key destination because of its standing together of the world’s most dynamic cities for business however additionally as a result of it offers wonderful onward connections to the center East and Asia specifically.”