Freebird expands existing network out of Gatwick

Photo: Freebird Airlines, TC-FBV Airbus A320-214, Wiki Commons; By Anna Zvereva from Tallinn, Estonia, CC BY-SA 2.0
Photo: Freebird Airlines, TC-FBV Airbus A320-214, Wiki Commons; By Anna Zvereva from Tallinn, Estonia, CC BY-SA 2.0

LONDON – Following the launch of Antalya to Gatwick, Freebird has announced they will double their frequency to 4 times a week. The flight will operate on Monday, Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday starting May 2022.

Carl Denton, UK Sales, commented, “Following our launch, during the restrictions of the pandemic, we are now very encouraged to see consumer confidence return and bookings pick up. In reaction to this we are pleased to have secured the necessary cleared slots at Gatwick to ensure we can meet this demand and grow back the capacity to Turkey!”

Furthermore, Freebird Airlines are to announced to launch a new route out of Gatwick. The new route will link Gatwick to Bodrum, also commencing May 2022. Freebird will fly this route twice a week, on Tuesday and Friday. This route will complement the already existing Antalya services to Manchester. This route operates twice a week, on a Wednesday and Saturday. All flights are bookable through their website and vial all the main UK Online Travel Agents.

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