Posted on 09 December 2008
Budget carrier Easyjet takes off for it’s first flight to Istanbul from London Gatwick this Friday, December 12th. The flights to Turkey will run daily and prices start at a bargain busting £59.98 return. Easyjet expect 100,000 passengers to fly on the the new route in the first 12 months. This new addition to the Easyjet roster now mean Easyjet have 400 routes on sale to choose from.
This is the second destination in Turkey for Easyjet, adding to their London Gatwick to Dalaman service. Easyjet are clearly catering for the growing demand for flights to Turkey by increasing their service to the country.
Istanbul has become popular as a city break destination. It is the only city in the world that embraces two continents – Europe and Asia – and offers a wealth of historical and cultural sites. Property invesment in Istanbul has been steadily rising due to it’s location, young population, bustling nightlife, being the European city of Culture for 2010 and most importantly cheap property for sale. Spot Blue have a comprehensive range of properties for sale in Istanbul.
Easyjet fly direct to Dalaman which is just 15 minutes down the road from Gocek and 45 minutes from Fethiye. With property in Gocek often situated around marinas, investment in the area is ever increasing. While there is a range of property in Fethiye. Dalaman Airport has just opened a new international terminal making access to Gocek and Fethiye easier. Oludeniz is also a short car ride from Fethiye.
Now is the time to plan your summer trip to Turkey and book cheap flights to Turkey as Easyjet are running a sale on their summer 2009 flights.
Other options for flying to Istanbul, Turkey from London airports include flights operated by British Airways and Turkish Airlines to Isantbul Ataturk International airport from London, Heathrow.