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Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Bosses at Norwich International Airport are to launch new charter holidays from the Turkish Riviera.
The airport has teamed up wth tour operator OSKA-TRAVEL, part of the KENBA Group International, to offer the seven night tours with flights starting from April 4.
Andrew Bell, airport chief executive, said: “We are delighted that OSKA-TRAVEL have selected to operate their low cost luxury charter breaks from Norwich this April and we are certain this popular destination will prove a hit with our customers. 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”
The luxury break includes guided tours to Antalya, Kemer, Pamukkale, Tava & Perga, overnight accommodation in luxury 4 & 5 star hotels and a buffet breakfast with prices ranging from £249 up to £299 depending on dates.
Andreas F Forsthuber, director KENBA Group, said: “We are really excited to add a regional airport such as Norwich to our portfolio.”
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