SunExpress adds three more European routes from Kayseri and Izmir
SunExpress, the Antalya-based joint venture between Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, added three European links to its offering during the course of last week, all of which are operated weekly, utilising its 189-seat 737-800s. On 8 April, the airline commenced services (Tuesdays) on the 2,807-kilometre sector from Kayseri (ASR) to Amsterdam (AMS). Three days later, on 12 April, SunExpress inaugurated (Saturdays) the 2,201-kilometre airport pair between Izmir (ADB) and Copenhagen (CPH), while on 13 March, it launched operations (Sundays) fromIzmir (ADB) to Paris CDG (CDG). There is no competition on these three airport pairs. Furthermore, the service to Copenhagen will see a frequency increase to twice-weekly from 1 May.
New route? New airline? Email us!Let's all celebrate your new routes. Please send photos and route details to James Davis, anna.aero's Assistant Editor. Contact James.