Southwind Airlines to connect Antalya with 10 UK airports in Summer 2024

Southwind Airlines (Image: Southwind/Favebook)
Southwind Airlines (Image: Southwind/Favebook)

Turkiye’s newest airline, Southwind Airlines, is launching flights from Antalya, Turkiye to 10 UK airports for Summer 2024 as it looks to expand its route map.

Southwind Airline launched in 2022 to continue to connect Russian tourists with Turkiye’s Mediterranean coast and later that year it added flights to Germany marking its first non-Russia-Turkiye operation.

It now has its sights firmly set on the UK flights set to commence to Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle from March 2024.

Its modern fleet comprises Airbus A321/321neos, Airbus A330, Boeing 737 Max 8 and Boeing 777s.

Flight Information and Start Dates

OriginatesUK AirportStart DateFrequency (increase)
AntalyaBirmingham31st March 2024Weekly (2x from 8th May)
AntalyaBristol29th March 2024Weekly
AntalyaEast Midlands26th March 2024Weekly
AntalyaEdinburgh31st March 2024Weekly
AntalyaGlasgow27th March 2024Weekly
AntalyaLeeds Bradford25th March 2024Weekly
AntalyaLiverpool25th March 2024Weekly
AntalyaLondon Stansted29th March 2024Weekly (5x 10th April, 7x 10th May)
AntalyaManchester30th March 2024Weekly (2x 17th May)
AnatlyaNewcastle29th March 2024Weekly

Antalya sits on the South coast of Turkiye on the Mediterranean coast and has always been popular with British tourists.

From its beachfront waterfalls, bustling resorts to its yacht-filled harbour it offers a haven for holidays with glorious beaches and almost year round sunshine.

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Nick is the senior reporter and editor at UK Aviation News as well as working freelance elsewhere. He has his finger firmly on the pulse on Aviation, not only in the UK but worldwide. Nick has been asked to speak in a professional capacity on LBC, Heart and other broadcast networks.

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