Turkish Airlines is expanding its flights from Gatwick by adding a new route to Istanbul’s second airport.
The carrier, which already flies to Istanbul’s main hub of Ataturk from Gatwick, has introduced services to Sabiha Gokcen airport starting from 3 May. The route will initially operate three times per week before going daily from 1 June.
The new service to Istanbul’s second airport is initially operating three times weekly before increasing to a daily service from June. It opens up a wider variety of domestic destinations in eastern Turkey, Izmir and capital city Ankara.
Turkish Airlines will continue to fly a daily service from Gatwick to the city’s Ataturk airport, Istanbul’s principal hub, with an extensive network of onward connections.