Easyjet, British Airways, SunExpress, Aer Lingus, and Norwegian Air have opened some new routes in Türkiye for the summer season of 2024, and have increased the frequency of flights on some existing routes.

The UK-based airline Easyjet will start flights from Manchester to Bodrum starting from May 16. These flights, scheduled twice a week and continue until the end of October.

British Airways is reintroducing flights from London to Izmir. The company, which previously operated flights from Gatwick to Izmir, will start flying from London Heathrow Airport to Izmir from May 18. These flights will operate once a week until September 28.

Furthermore, British Airways will increase the frequency on the Heathrow-Bodrum route from May 25, going from one to three flights per week.

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SunExpress, currently operating connected flights on the Gatwick-Izmir route, will start direct flights from June 1.

The Ireland-based airline Aer Lingus will start flights from Dublin to Dalaman from May 11. These flights will operate twice a week until the end of September and will reduce to one frequency from October 1.

Norwegian Air, based in Norway, will start flights from Oslo to Bodrum from June 4. These flights will be conducted once a week."

Editor: Savaş Daş