Atlasjet will begin a daily service between London Luton and Istanbul Ataturk on 2nd May. The service will operate four times weekly and return flights offer connections to Ercan.
From 1st June flights are expected to increase to daily.
The Turkey-based airline will be using a 200-seat A321-200 in a two-class configuration on the route, with connections to North Cyprus and Turkey.
Yuksel Atak, Atlasjet’s ground operations director, said: “We are delighted to connect Istanbul to London Luton with our new flights and look forward to creating a long and successful partnership.”
Simon Harley, London Luton’s business development manager, added: “We look forward to welcoming Atlasjet to the list of airlines that have chosen to operate from London Luton. With Atlasjet’s quality on-board service and competitive fares, we are sure the Istanbul flights will be a great success.”
Atlasjet began operations in 2001 with two planes. It now has 15 planes serving locations across Eastern Europe.