Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing and most sustainable airline globally*, announced this week the start of its direct flights to Istanbul, Antalya and Dalaman. The routes will commence as of March 2023 connecting Türkiye with Hungary, Romania, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. Tickets are already available on the Wizz Air’s website and via the WIZZ app from as low as EUR 24.99.
Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy said the country aims to attract 60 million foreign visitors next year and expects the sector to bring in $56 billion in revenue.
Aeroflot Group has opened direct regular flights from Saint-Petersburg to Istanbul and Samarkand.
Türkiye has attracted over 23 million international visitors in the first seven months of the year. The foreign visitor arrivals in Turkey jumped 53% in July from a year earlier, exceeding pre-pandemic levels and paving the way for $37 billion in tourism revenues
Radisson Hotel Group announces the transformation and re-opening of Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul as a Radisson Collection hotel, following an extensive renovation. Located in one of the city’s prime residential and commercial districts, Radisson Collection Hotel, Vadistanbul will be the Group’s second Radisson Collection property in Turkey and the first in Istanbul.
Elevated above the retreat and blending into the natural landscape, Six Senses Spa Kocataş Mansions is set in a beautifully restored 100-year-old stone house.
Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet is delighted to announce the opening of a brand new Ajwa Home; the Clock House. The second in the series of luxurious Ajwa Homes, the property offers a unique alternative for long or short stays in the heart of the fabled Old City of Istanbul.
Ralph Radtke, general manager of the iconic Çırağan Palace Kempinski in Istanbul, here sits down with Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole to discuss the hotel, the hospitality market in Turkey and reflect on his legacy after 45 years at the top of the industry
The smart airport, thanks to its strategic location at the crossroads of east and west, has great potential for Turkish Airlines and the global aviation industry, and will welcome 200 million passengers per year upon completion.
Part of the Zorlu Centre in the commercial capital of Turkey, Raffles Istanbul is an oasis of luxury with towering views over the city below. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls for in for the night
The newly refurbished guestrooms, suites and meeting facilities have been re-designed by architects and artists to reflect the essence and historical elements of the city, with new amenities providing a modern touch necessary for today’s travellers.