Turkish Airlines has launched a 3rd daily flight to urban center from London
Gatwick because it introduces a service to Sabiha Gokcen airdrome, placed on
the Asian facet of the Ankara.


The service can begin as 3 times weekly, till June one once it’ll go daily,
outgoing Gatwick North Terminal at 1420 and inbound in urban center at 2015.
The route are served by a B737-800, the tiniest craft within the Turkish fleet
(to see a seat set up, click here).

Turkish hopes the route can prove a giant advantage to individuals living
within the japanese a part of town, yet as business and leisure markets headed
to the capital. Turkish additionally hopes to supply sensible connections to
capital of Turkey, Izmir, Bodrum, Adalia and northern Cyprus.

The launch was marked by a champagne reception for outgoing guests, with
ancient Turkish food and 2 giant chocolate cakes, with every traveler receiving
a slice.

Turkish launched services from Gatwick to urban center Kemal Pasha in December 2011 with an analogous event, and has since enlarged this service to double

The carrier already flies many times daily between London Heathrow and urban
center Kemal Pasha, yet as operative services out of Manchester and Birmingham. BA additionally flies from London Heathrow to Kemal Pasha.

Easyjet additionally fly to Sabiha Gokcen from London Luton and Pegasus
Airlines fly from Stansted to Sabiha Gokcen double daily.