Atlasjet, a full service airline based in Istanbul, Turkey will launch a new service to Istanbul’s Atatürk Airport from London Luton Airport on Friday 2nd May 2014. The daily flights into the economic heart of Turkey will provide significant trade and leisure links.
A 200 seat Airbus 321-200 will service the route in a two class configuration, with tickets already on sale at www.atlasjet.com and available from travel agencies. Not only will the service provide essential links to Istanbul, it will connect passengers from London Luton to the expanding Atlasjet network.
Atlasjet has an extensive network of domestic and international flights, with connections via Istanbul to Ercan in North Cyprus, Gaziantep, Antalya and Izmir in Turkey, as well as connecting flights to Tehran, Tbilisi and Nizhnekamsk.
Business Development Manager, Simon Harley said: “We look forward to welcoming Atlasjet to the list of airlines that have chosen to operate from London Luton; indeed it will be the third airline to confirm new services from the Airport in as many months which is testament to the Airport’s convenient location and efficient operations. With Atlasjet’s quality on-board service and competitive fares, we are sure the Istanbul flights will be a great success.”
Atlasjet Ground Operations Director, Yuksel Atak, said: “We are delighted to connect Istanbul to London Luton with our new flights and look forward to creating a long and successful partnership”.