Turkish Airlines subsidiary AnadoluJet will operate two flights a week at promotional prices

Turkish Airlines, the airline that flies to more destinations than any other, has launched direct flights from Sofia to Antalya through its low-cost subsidiary AnadoluJet. As of May 15, the carrier will operate two flights per week from our capital to one of the largest international Turkish resorts – every Wednesday and Saturday. With the launch of the new direct route, AnadoluJet passengers can also benefit from special promotional prices for one-way tickets starting from EUR 55, including all taxes and fees.

AnadoluJet is a Turkish Airlines subsidiary that launched its flights in 2008 with the aim of providing affordable and economical services for all travelers. Today, the carrier operates flights to over 43 airports and a total of 80 routes. AnadoluJet continues to expand its international flight network and provides its passengers with the opportunity to enjoy high-quality service. The new direct flights from Sofia to Antalya are part of the airline’s mission to provide travelers with an excellent experience and comfort on board.

The Mediterranean coastal town guarantees an unforgettable experience for every tourist with its unique, must-visit cultural and natural attractions and amazing sea resorts. Right in the heart of the city is the Place de la République, which offers scenic panoramic views over Antalya and the seafront. The city is home to a large number of Roman ruins and Ottoman relics, which are accessible to connoisseurs of majestic architectural works.

Travelers can also visit one of the spectacular waterfalls in the region, enjoy the tranquility of the endless beach strips, take a boat ride or pamper their senses with a variety of fresh seafood. The weekly schedule of flights Sofia-Antalya-Sofia can be found below.

TK7956Wednesday SaturdayAntalyaSofia11:0012:50
TK7957Wednesday SaturdaySofiaAntalya13:4515:25

Currently, travelers can visit Antalya regardless of their vaccination status. A mandatory requirement remains the presentation of a negative PCR test, made no later than 72 hours before the trip, as well as the completion of an online form. However, visitors should also adhere to other precautions put in place because of the pandemic, such as wearing face masks, observing physical distance, regularly washing hands.