Cheap flights carrier Pegasus Airlines will launch new flights to Antalya, Bodrum and Dalaman this summer.
The airline will begin flights to the popular holiday destinations from Gatwick, Stansted, Manchester and Birmingham airports after experiencing increased demand from passengers.
This is because Turkey is outside of the eurozone, meaning that sunshine holidays in the eastern Mediterranean country are often cheaper than those in France, Spain, Italy and Greece.
Bodrum is seen as the gateway to the Aegean coastline, while Dalaman and Antalya offer easy access to the Turkish Riviera, another popular spot with UK holidaymakers.
During the summer months, Pegasus will operate flights to Dalaman each weekday from Gatwick and Manchester and every Sunday from Gatwick.
Direct flights to Antalya will take off from Birmingham and Manchester every Sunday, while weekly flights to Bodrum will take off from Stansted every Sunday.
Last October, the carrier began co-operating with Air Berlin, Germany’s second-largest airline, which will see the two companies’ websites linked.