Gazipasa Airline welcomes its first International passengers04/04/2012
Gazipasa airport in the Antalya region of Turkey opens for business as it welcomes its first International passengers, 4th April 2012, there is as yet no news of any direct UK flights, but it is expected they will follow suit as the airport is set to welcome many more operators in 2012.
It is anticipated that a large number of airlines from Germany, Scandinavia, Netherlands, Russia and the Ukraine will be applying for flights in 2012.
UK airline will be monitoring the situation carefully, with a large British population already living in Alanya, the area also attracts thousands of British holiday makers each year, its likely British carries will follow soon if the root is proved successful.
British passengers will be able to take advantage by flying to Gazipasa via the Netherlands or Germany so the availability of indirect flights will increase as the airport’s range of flights does.
British passengers wanting to fly to Gazipasa should check with their local agents and or tour operators’ web sites such as Corendon, Thomas Cook, OGER Tours, Neckermann, TUI and such. They will most likely get a bargain flight deal,” he said.
Gazipasa airport opens for business as flights start 4.4.2012 they are scheduled for every Wednesday. Airline Company based Antalya Corendon, made the first trial to Gazipasa airport with a 189 seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft. They expect 100 Thousand Tourists to use the route.
Yildiray Corendon Karaer the airlines Chairman and General Manager said
“I think this flight will be open the door of tourism in Alanya and the environment. The first flight will be on April 20.
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