Norwich airport and travel operator OSKA announces four new departure dates to Turkey

12:26 02 June 2014

Norwich International Airport and OSKA Travel has announced four new departure dates to Turkey

Norwich International Airport and OSKA Travel has announced four new departure dates to Turkey

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Specialist tour operator OSKA has announced four new departure dates for Turkey trips from Norwich International Airport.

Flight dates

Nov 6

Dep 15:00

Ret 14:05

Nov 13

Dep 15:00

Ret 14:05

April 16

Dep 15:00

Ret 14:05

April 23

Dep 15:00

Ret 14:05

From today OSKA travel said it plans to repeat last year’s Turkey Flight programme with flights to Antalya with Turkish-Dutch airline CORENDON.

Andreas F. Forsthuber, director of OSKA Travel, said seven day breaks start from £249 per person including bed and breakfast accommodation.

He said: “We have been delighted by the amount of positive feedback we received after the 2013 programme and we had many requests by travellers to bring new dates and offers to the Norwich area, as they wanted to see more of Turkey and repeat the great experience they had travelling with us.”

“Our package tour offers will again mostly be aimed at travellers wanting to experience more,” he added. “We are again offering well-organised escorted tours, covering the Turkish Riviera as well as wonderful Cappadocia”.

Andrew Bell, airport chief executive said: “Turkey is an exceptionally popular destination from our region, and we are delighted that OSKA-TRAVEL has selected to operate their low cost luxury charter breaks from Norwich once more. This service compliments the summer flights offered by Thomson and Thomas Cook to Dalaman during 2014. This development further demonstrates the strength of the growth in charter flights from Norwich International this year - our customers now have over twenty direct sun and city destinations to choose from with some of the leading tour operators and airlines”

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