Jet2 brings forward start of summer ’23 programme to Turkey

Jet2 and Jet2holidays is bringing forward the start of the summer 2023 season to Turkey.

Flights to Dalaman will start from March 17 next year and to Izmir from April 15.

The move follows the operator moving forward next summer’s programme to Bodrum with flights operating from the beginning of April.

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This is in addition to year-round services to Antalya from the company’s ten UK departure airports.

The early season flights to Dalaman will run from Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Stansted as a gateway to resorts such as Olu Deniz, Marmaris, Iclemer and Dalyan.

Izmir will be served in April from Birmingham, Manchester and Stansted for resorts including Kusadasi and Ozdere.

Chief executive Steve Heapy said: “Dalaman and Izmir are both enormously popular with customers and independent travel agents, and there is huge demand for both destinations and not just during the peak summer season.

“We have experienced a remarkable period of growth in Turkey on the back of this sustained demand, and we have continued to demonstrate our commitment to Turkey by working alongside the Turkish government, hoteliers and our partners to bring more UK holidaymakers to this wonderful country.

“By extending the summer ’23 season to Dalaman and Izmir, we are continuing to demonstrate that commitment and we know just how popular these additional services will be.”

Arzu Kahraman Yilmaz, counsellor of The Turkish Culture and Information Office, added: “With both Dalaman and Izmir witnessing a surge in travellers for both short and long breaks throughout the year, the extended routes from the regional airports in the UK to these iconic hotspots will make travel to Türkiye ever more easy.”

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