SunExpress Started International Flights

sunexpress started international flights
sunexpress started international flights

As of June 10, SunExpress gradually launched international flights by taking all necessary precautions for the healthy and safe travel of its passengers and flight crews. The airline is the first airline to operate an international flight from Ankara, Antalya and Izmir, with flights from Ankara to Düsseldorf (XQ794), Antalya to Hamburg (XQ170), Izmir to Zurich (XQ960) within the scope of special permits. it was.


From 1989 the backbone of the air bridge with Turkish tourism transport formed between Europe and Turkey since the SunExpress, Ministry of Health and Civil Aviation General Directorate brought health measures within the framework of international flights to the start of the first day, 9 from Izmir, Antalya and 7 and It carried out a total of 3 flights from Ankara to 38 European cities.

The current international flights of the airline, which will announce the expanded international flight plan in the coming days, depending on the countries removing travel bans, are as follows:

SunExpress flies daily from central Antalya to Germany's Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and Berlin. The airline also offers flights to Amsterdam three times a week, Brussels twice a week, and Paris and Copenhagen once a week.

SunExpress plans to fly from Izmir to Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart every day, five times a week to Berlin, three times a week to Hamburg and Hanover, four times a week to Zurich from other European cities. They fly three times a week, to Brussels and Vienna twice a week, to Paris, Copenhagen and Stockholm once a week from Izmir.

The airline, which connects the centers of Antalya and Izmir, as well as Anatolian cities to the most points in Europe, SunExpress, Adana, Kayseri, Diyarbakır, Ankara, Elazig, Gaziantep, Konya, Malatya, Ordu-Giresun, Samsun and Trabzon. It flies from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Hanover to Germany. In addition to daily flights between Ankara and Munich, the airline also flies to many European cities such as Amsterdam and Brussels.

Within the framework of the travel restrictions that are still being implemented in European countries and expected to be lifted in the coming days, these flights will be expanded and updated in the coming days, in which only Turkish citizens with European Union citizenship, as well as Turkish citizens with a D-type passport, are accepted in the coming days.



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