There's now even more opportunity to take off to the Turkish city of Antalya in 2023 as SunExpress increase its frequency on the route.
The airline will add two extra weekly flights for October to tie in with the half-term holidays - taking it to a daily service.
Four SunExpress flights will operate on the Edinburgh - Antalya route from the beginning of the summer season, increasing to five weekly at the end of June, and then seven in October.
Flights will operate on Boeing 737 with 189 seats.
From late March to mid June flights will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. From mid June to the end of September the same will apply with an additional flight on Fridays. In October flights will increase to daily.
These flights will depart Antalya at 08:45 and arrive in Edinburgh at 11:55; and depart Edinburgh at 12:45 before arriving in Antalya at 19:30.
In October times are the same besides the Wednesday flight. This will depart Antalya at 14:00, arriving in EDI at 17:10; and then depart EDI at 18:05 arriving in Antalya at 00:50 the next day.
Picture sun-kissed skies and turquoise waters and you're getting close.
Right at the heart of the Turkish Riviera, Antalya’s rich history, mouth-watering street food and much-talked-about scenery make this city a blissful getaway - a cracking .
The beautiful Konyaaltı beach - nestled below a series of cliffs and mountains - is an undoubted highlight, while the historic Kaleiçi district is a fascinating place to explore with its Ottoman-era architecture and narrow lanes. Many of the historic buildings have been spectacularly restored and turned into charming boutique hotels, shops and restaurants.
Antalya is a place you really need to see with your own eyes to appreciate its true beauty.
SunExpress also operate flights to the Turkish city of Izmir. Find out more here.
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