Have you always wanted to visit Turkey and the beautiful coastal town of Dalaman? The large Middle Eastern country has just gotten closer thanks to the latest travel news from Ryanair.
Bringing the world closer to Ireland, the airline has launched its first ever flights from Dublin to Turkey and also from Bratislava to Turkey.
Launching this June, the flights will operate on Sundays to/from coastal Dalaman on the southwestern coast of Turkey, and are priced at just €39.99 each way.
Dalaman is a beautiful coastal town and the nearby airport is just a short 5km away.
Speaking about the news, Chief Commercial Officer David O’Brien said: “Ryanair is pleased to announced our entry into the Turkish market.
This is great news for traveller’s who have been seeking affordable travel outside of Europe and this is the latest destination in Ryanair’s expanding network, with other new routes including Morocco and Israel. The airline will also fly from Paphos, Cyprus to Jordan this winter.
For more information and to book your flights to Turkey, visit ryanair.com.