SunExpress to raise flights between Turkey-Europe in summer

The subsidiary of Turkish and German airline companies will raise its flights between Turkey and Europe to 417 during summer, a company statement said.

SunExpress to raise flights between Turkey-Europe in summer

The subsidiary of Turkish and German airline companies will raise its flights between Turkey and Europe to 417 during summer, a company statement said on Thursday.

The SunExpress said it would raise its weekly flights by 32 percent during the summer season of 2010 over the same season of 2009, and make 417 flights a week.

SunExpress' summer season will begin on March 28 and end on October 30.

The company will make 244 domestic and 173 international flights during the summer season.

SunExpress will start flying from Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport (on the Asian side) to Vienna, Saarbruecken, Muenster/Osnabrueck, and from the Aegean province of Izmir to Vienna, Muenster/Osnabrueck and southern province of Mardin.

The airline company will make 296 flights from Europe to the Mediterranean province of Antalya this season.

SunExpress aims to carry 7 million passengers with its 25-aircraft fleet this year.

The tickets will start at 49.99 Turkish liras (TL) in domestic lines, and 49.99 Euro in international lines.

SunExpress was founded in October 1989 as a subsidiary company of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa. Today, SunExpress is the market leader in charter flights between Germany and Turkey as well as one of the largest scheduled carriers between Europe and southern Turkey.

Since its foundation, SunExpress has carried about 18 million passengers on more than 155,000 flights.


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Güncelleme Tarihi: 25 Mart 2010, 14:24

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