SunExpress switches to regular schedule on Sofia-Antalya
SunExpress airline has made an interesting change to its services. It has moved from charter flights to commercial flights between Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, and Antalya, a popular tourist destination in Turkey.
Since yesterday, the Turkish carrier has been offering flights between the airport of the capital of Bulgaria and Antalya International Airport every Tuesday and Friday. This new schedule will make it easier for business and leisure travelers to plan their trip to these destinations. Whether it’s a weekend getaway or a longer vacation, passengers can now choose more flexible options with guaranteed services.
The transition from charter flights to scheduled flights is an important step for SunExpress. It demonstrates its desire to expand its network and meet the needs of its customers. By offering regular flights, the Turkish airline offers a reliable and consistent service that meets the expectations of modern travelers.
The decision to operate these flights between the two destinations during the winter season is also notable. Traditionally, Antalya is considered a summer destination due to its beautiful beaches and warm climate. However, the region offers much more than sun and sand. With its rich history, stunning landscapes and diverse culture, Antalya is a great place to explore all year round. By offering winter flights, SunExpress encourages travelers to experience the many attractions and activities that Antalya has to offer beyond the summer season.
For passengers traveling on this airline, SunExpress promises a comfortable and enjoyable experience. With its modern fleet and experienced crew, travelers can expect quality service throughout their journey. Additionally, the Turkish carrier offers a range of on-board amenities and entertainment options to make the travel time more enjoyable.
By expanding its route network and improving its services, the joint venture of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa opens up opportunities for tourists and residents of the region.