2024 SunExpress Antalya Flights: Boost for Newcastle Airport

2024 SunExpress Antalya Flights: Boost for Newcastle Airport
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Newcastle Airport has announced a boost to its Summer 2024 operations through the continuation of Antalya flights with SunExpress.

The airport announced that the Turkish carrier will offer five weekly flights from the North East airport to the popular holiday destination, which is up from the currently three on offer.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Additional SunExpress Antalya Flights A Major Boost for Newcastle Airport…


2024 SunExpress Antalya Flights: Boost for Newcastle Airport
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Commenting on the additional Antalya flights from SunExpress was Newcastle Airport’s Director of Aviation Development, Leon McQuaid:

“Turkey continues to be one of our most popular destinations and has seen a sharp rise in demand thanks to its warm climate, spectacular beaches and hotels, and excellent hospitality.

“We are delighted to hear that SunExpress has been well received by the region and is in such high demand that they have chosen to expand their schedule at Newcastle International Airport.”

“Their investment not only extends the season to cover most of 2024 but provides passengers with even more choice when looking for package holidays or flight-only deals.”

Adding to this was Peter Glade, the Commercial Director of SunExpress:

“We are delighted to announce the expansion of our capacity in Newcastle, showcasing our expertise in facilitating travel to Turkey.”

“At SunExpress, we place great significance on connecting individuals to the enchanting wonders of this magnificent country.

“Thus, it is befitting that we unite Newcastle, an influential hub of economy and scientific advancements in England, with the delectable culinary experiences and vibrant cultural tapestry of Turkey.”

“Through this harmonious partnership, we present travelers with an array of exciting prospects to uncover the hidden treasures strewn between the serene banks of the Tyne and the captivating Turkish Riviera.”

This is overall good news for Newcastle Airport as more flights can be provided, which will result in more passengers traveling through, and is a significant economic boost for the Antalya area too.

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