Corendon Airlines has relaunched its 2021 programme, with flights from Gatwick to destinations in Greece and Turkey.
The Turkish airline has twice-weekly services to Antalya and Dalaman as well as the Greek island of Crete – and a weekly service to Rhodes – from Gatwick.
It offered only a limited schedule in 2020 from the UK due to Covid-19.
Until March 15, the airline is offering a 25% family discount on summer 2021 bookings, including those made via agents.
Dates can be changed without penalty for all reservations made throughout March, up to seven days before the flight.
A Corendon Airlines spokesperson said: “Since the recent UK government announcements we have seen a much greater level of activity and bookings from the UK and are looking to capture a greater share of the market.
“Current booking trends show that Turkey is proving as popular as ever for summer 2021 and at Corendon, we are looking to capitalize on this, with the launch of this promotion.”
Corendon Airlines has a fleet of 24 aircraft with offices in Turkey, Malta and Amsterdam. It flies to 45 countries from 145 airports.
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