08 Aug 2022by James Chapple
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays will launch one other two routes to Turkiye early subsequent summer time.
Jet2 has introduced ahead its summer time 2023 flights to Izmir (pictured) and Dalaman
The airline and operator will begin flying to Dalaman from March 17 and Izmir from April 15, the earlier both vacation spot has provided.
It comes after Jet2 confirmed final month that it will deliver ahead its summer time 2023 flights to Bodrum to early April.
Jet2 mentioned the newest extensions would permit it to place “1000’s” extra seats up on the market in Dalaman and Izmir.
Dalaman flights forward of schedule will likely be out there from six of Jet2’s 10 UK bases.
A number of weekly flights to Dalaman will likely be out there from Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester and Stansted from March 17, Leeds Bradford from March 20 and Glasgow from April 2.
Vacationer facilities embrace Oludeniz, Marmaris, Iclemer and Dalyan.
In the meantime, Izmir’s first flights will likely be out there from Manchester from April 15, Stansted from April 17 and Birmingham from April 18, providing alternatives to discover the turquoise coast of Turkiye and resorts reminiscent of Kusadesi and Ozdere.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, mentioned: “Dalaman and Izmir are vastly widespread with clients and unbiased journey brokers, and each locations are in excessive demand and never simply in the course of the peak summer time season.
“We’ve skilled a outstanding interval of progress in Turkiye because of this sustained demand, and we now have continued to show our dedication to Turkiye by working along with the Turkish authorities, hoteliers and our companions to draw extra UK vacationers to this glorious nation.”
Arzu Kahraman Yilmaz, Advisor to the Data and Tradition Workplace of Turkey, added: “As each Dalaman and Izmir witness a rise in vacationers for brief and lengthy breaks all year long, the prolonged routes from regional airports within the UK to those iconic hotspots will make touring to Turkiye ever simpler.”