Stansted delight at new Turkish flight
28 January 2011
AnadoluJet – the low-fare arm of Turkish Airlines – launched a new service into London Stansted today from the Turkish Capital, Ankara.
This direct connection to the airlines’ hub at Ankara, also offers passengers convenient connections to northern Cyprus, and access to domestic links across Turkey including Antalya, Izmir and many more.
Flights will operate three times a week (Wed, Fri and Sun) with fares as low as £102 one-way including tax, a generous 23kg luggage allowance, and many traditional services including complimentary in-flight refreshments and allocated seating.
“We’re delighted to welcome AnadoluJet’s new direct service from Ankara today,” said the Stansted Airport’s managing director Nick Barton.
“Flights between Stansted and Turkey have always been extremely popular and this new link will be welcomed by business and leisure passengers.
“We wish AnadoluJet every success with this new and exciting link from Stansted.”
Welcoming passengers at Stansted was the airline’s regional general manager, Nejdet Sark, who said: "We're delighted to launch this new direct service to our main hub at Ankara, that offers convenient connections to northern Cyprus and domestic links across Turkey."
“At AnadoluJet, we’re extremely proud of our low-fare product and look forward to welcoming more passengers on-board.”
For further flight information and reservations visit www.anadolujet.com