Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair announced that it will expand its operations into Turkey, first routes being served from Dublin and Bratislava to Dalaman.
The new routes will start to be served in the summer, starting from June 2018. Tickets are already on sale and prices are starting at only 39.98 EUR/one-way.
Both flights will be operated however only once per week. That’s a pretty low schedule, but maybe as the demand grows the Irish low-cost carrier will build on.
Flights departing Bratislava are scheduled on Thursdays while flights from Dublin are scheduled on Sunday. Hours are decent enough for any vacation lover.
Dalaman is a city in southwest Turkey on the Mediterranean Sea Coast. It is a heavily packed holiday destination with closeby resorts of Marmaris, Fethiye, Köyceğiz, Dalyan, Ölüdeniz or Hisarönü so Ryanair might as well get some nice incentives from the hoteliers in the region.