Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air on Thursday said it will expand flights between Hungary and Turkey in the coming months. Wizz Air will launch a daily Budapest-Istanbul flight from March 31. It will operate three flights a week between the capital and Antalya from May 24, and two flights a week between Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, and Antalya from June 10.
Turkey’s largest city is a unique cavalcade of East and West. Its cultural diversity, fascinating history, stunning architecture and culture will fascinate all visitors. The city spanning two continents offers a wealth of activities and attractions, with palaces, mosques, baths and bazaars from the past making the trip truly magical.
For beach lovers, Wizz Air will be offering flights from Budapest and Debrecen to Antalya, a popular holiday destination on the Turkish Riviera, from this summer.
In addition to the clean beaches, the city’s main attractions can be explored in Kaleiçi, the romantic old town, where visitors can enjoy a wide range of gastronomic and cultural experiences. The city, also known for its vibrant nightlife, offers plenty of family-friendly options for a perfect beach holiday.
“We are delighted to announce three new routes between Hungary and Turkey. With its breathtaking scenery, fascinating history and architecture, Turkey offers a unique experience for all travellers. The new routes also demonstrate how important it is for us to offer our Hungarian passengers affordable prices and greater choice through our ever-expanding network of direct flights. We are looking forward to welcoming our passengers on board our young, efficient and sustainable aircraft on our flights to Turkey,” said Zsuzsa Trubek, Communications Manager, Wizz Air.
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Source: Press release
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