Southwind Airlines, the newest airline in Turkiye, will be launching flights from Antalya, Turkiye, to 10 UK airports in the summer of 2024, expanding its route map.
Southwind Airline was founded in April of 2022 to establish a continuous connection between Russian tourists and Turkiye’s Mediterranean coast, and later in the same year, it added flights to Germany, marking its first non-Russian-Turkiye operation.
Currently, Southwind Airlines is focused on establishing new routes that will connect Antalya, a stunning resort city and the gateway to the southern Mediterranean region of Turkiye, with 10 of the UK’s airports.
In March 2024, flights between Antalya and 10 UK airports are set to commence, which are in Birmingham, Bristol, the East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, London Stansted, Manchester, and Newcastle.
The weekly flights between Antalya and Birmingham will launch on March 31, 2024. This frequency will increase to two weekly flights starting May 8th. The weekly flights from Antalya to Bristol will launch on March 29, to the East Midlands on March 26, to Edinburgh on March 31, to Glasgow on March 27, to Newcastle on March 29, and to Leeds Bradford and Liverpool on March 25. The weekly flights between Antalya and London Stansted will launch on March 29, and the frequency will increase to five weekly flights starting April 10, 2024, and later on May 10, 2024, it will further increase to seven flights per week. The weekly flights between Antalya and Manchester will launch on March 30, 2024, and this frequency will increase to two weekly flights starting May 17.
Antalya has always been appealing to British tourists as it features stunning beaches, bustling resorts lining its yacht-filled old harbour, beachfront waterfalls, and gorgeous weather perfect for holidays all year round. So these new routes, just as the summer of 2024 kicks in, are presumed to be very lucrative for Southwind Airlines.
The modern fleet of Southwind Airlines comprises Airbus A321/321neos, Airbus A330, Boeing 737 Max 8, and Boeing 777s.
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