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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Thu Dec 20, 2012 11:44 pm

Taken from; http://www.gzpairport.com/en-EN/pressro ... eases.aspx
12/18/2012,Pegasus launches flights from Gazipasa.

Reciprocal flights between Antalya Gazipasa Airport, which is operated by TAV Airports, and Istanbul have been launched. Performing its first flight with a B-737-800 type aircraft, Pegasus Airlines landed off to Gazipasa in the evening. The aircraft was welcomed by a water arches on the apron and 146 passengers were hosted at the terminal by a ceremony organized by TAV Gazipasa executives. The ceremony was attended by Gazipasa District Governor Muhittin Pamuk, Mayor of Gazipasa Cem Burak Ozgenc, Anamur District Governor Cengiz Canturk, Mayor of Anamur Mehmet Ture, TAV Gazipasa Operations Coordinator Cengiz Asıklı and airport employees.

The reciprocal flights of Pegasus Airlines will be scheduled four times a week from Antalya Gazipasa Airport to Istanbul on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Pegasus Airlines also provides complimentary shuttle service to Alanya for the passengers of Gazipasa-Istanbul flights. Pegasus Airlines is the fifth airline company launching flights to the area after SAS, Corendon Airlines, Transavia and Tailwind Airlines.


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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:18 pm

Taken from; http://www.airport-technology.com/projects/gasipaza/ (on 04/01/13.)

With an original launch date of August 2008, the airport finally opened in July 2010 with Borajet Airlines making the first flight landing. In April 2011, a Boeing 737 700 aircraft of Transavia Airlines became the first international flight to land at the airport.

Gazipasa-Alanya Airport is expected to charter flights from European holiday companies that have previously used Antalya International Airport, since Gazipasa-Alanya is closer and more convenient, thereby cutting the current transfer time. Gazipasa-Alanya airport is only 40km (20 minutes) from the heart of Alanya, compared with a two-hour drive to Antalya airport. The airport is perfectly placed to serve Alanya, Kemer, Side and Manavgat.

Borajet operates domestic flights from the airport and Transavia runs international flights. Air Finland, Germania Airline, Hamburg Airways, Tor Air and Scandinavian Airlines all operate seasonal services.

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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Wed May 01, 2013 7:03 pm

Taken from Gazipasa Airport Website.

Gazipasa Airport welcomes the first international flight of 2013 with SAS

Scandinavian airline company Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) made this year’s first international flight from Oslo to Antalya Gazipasa Airport. With the flights which SAS started to schedule for Turkey, Antalya Gazipasa Airport hosted this year’s first international flight.

Antalya Gazipasa Airport, an airport operated by TAV Airports Holding, welcomed the SAS passengers from the Norwegian capital Oslo on March 23. The flight crew of SAS, an airline company which is expected to meet approximately 20% of the tourism capacity of Alanya, was welcomed with flowers by the TAV Gazipasa personnel.

General Manager of TAV Gazipasa Airport Cengiz Aşıklı said, “SAS Airlines, which scheduled flights from Oslo to Antalya Gazipasa Airport in 2012 as well, facilitated the first international flight of 2013 at 2.25 pm on March 23. SAS will also have more flights from Oslo to Gazipasa between March 27 and 30. We are pleased to welcome the first international flight of the new season with SAS passengers. The Scandinavian tourists will also play a significant role in contributing to the tourism potential of Alanya.”

Scandinavian airline company SAS, which will conduct scheduled and charter flights to Gazipasa Airport, landed in Antalya Gazipasa Airport from Oslo at 2.25 pm with its 138 passengers. The aircraft arriving in the Gazipasa Airport departed for Oslo at 3.10 pm with 58 passengers on board. Scandinavian airline company SAS will schedule Gazipasa flights three days a week.
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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Fri May 17, 2013 5:59 pm

Hi there.
Taken from, Turkey Welcomes You (on facebook)

Antalya Gazipasa Airport (GZP)

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Gazipasa Airport welcomes its first A320

Antalya Gazipasa Airport welcomed the first passengers of Lithuanian Small Planet Airlines coming from Vilnius. The aircraft of Lithuanian airline company Small Planet, which will operate charter flights to Gazipasa Airport, landed to Antalya Gazipasa Airport at 01:47 together with its 182 passengers. The A320 type aircraft of Small Planet Airlines took off at 02:50 to Vilnius together with its 176 departing passengers. Gazipasa flights of Small Planet Airlines will take place every Friday until 25th of October.
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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Fri May 17, 2013 6:00 pm

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Gazipasa Airport welcomes its first A320

Antalya Gazipasa Airport welcomed the first passengers of Lithuanian Small Planet Airlines coming from Vilnius. Together with reciprocal Gazipasa-Vilnius flights, Gazipasa Airport is now connected to another destination.

Operated by TAV Airports, Antalya Gazipasa Airport welcomed 182 passengers of Small Planet, a Lithuanian airline company operating charter flights and arriving from Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, on May 17th. Airbus A320 type aircraft of Small Planet Airlines was welcomed by water cannon salute at the apron. TAV Gazipasa General Manager Cengiz Asikli, Adriatic Air Service officials and TAV Gazipasa Airport employees attended the welcome ceremony.

TAV Gazipasa General Manager Cengiz Asikli said “We, as TAV Gazipasa, are now hosting another destination from Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, to Gazipasa Airport, of which the flights are operated by Small Planet Airlines, an airline company operating charter flights. Furthermore, the first Airbus A320 type aircraft landed to our airport after B737-800 type aircrafts. This is a new milestone for us. It is also pleasing to add a new destination of North Europe to the list of destinations connected to Gazipasa Airport. The reciprocal flights will lead Lithuanian tourists to visit the region which will also contribute to Alanya’s tourism sector. We are pleased to have our share in this contribution.”

The aircraft of Lithuanian airline company Small Planet, which will operate charter flights to Gazipasa Airport, landed to Antalya Gazipasa Airport at 01:47 together with its 182 passengers. The A320 type aircraft of Small Planet Airlines took off at 02:50 to Vilnius together with its 176 departing passengers. Gazipasa flights of Small Planet Airlines will take place every Friday until 25th of October.

Small Planet Airlines is the sixth airline company launching flights to the area after Pegasus, SAS, Corendon Airlines, Transavia and Tailwind Airlines.

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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Fri Jun 28, 2013 10:29 pm

taken from, http://news.yenialanya.com/tourism/gzp- ... g-h96.html

106.593 passengers have used the GZP airport to this day and a total of 250.000 passengers are targeted until the end of the season but from the looks of it, one can tell that target number will be passed. Only 87.000 passengers used the Gazipaşa Airport during the season last year but 100.000 have been passed in terms of passanger count this year. Citizens of Gazipaşa are really joyful about this development as this will increase the total earnings of the city.

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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Wed Jul 03, 2013 9:52 pm

Taken from, http://www.anna.aero/2013/07/03/new-air ... july-2013/

SAS commenced operations on 11 routes in the course of last week. In addition to multiple destinations launching from the airline’s three main hubs, Copenhagen (CPH), Oslo (OSL) and Stockholm Arlanda (ARN), the carrier also inaugurates new routes from Bergen (BGO) and Trondheim (TRD). All but one – the relaunched service from the Swedish capital to Madrid (MAD) – are operated on seasonal basis.

Launch date

01-Jul-13 Alanya Gazipasa (GZP) 3 A319

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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Thu Aug 08, 2013 9:38 pm

Taken from article in, Anna Aero
http://www.anna.aero/2013/08/07/sunexpr ... tinues/New routes for parent

SunExpress’ fast-paced growth continues; more route launches from Sabiha Gökçen and Gazipaşa planned

Since the start of 2013, the carrier has launched six new routes, all from its main operational hub in Izmir – with two to Germany (thrice-weekly, Frankfurt Hahn; weekly, Bremen), one each to Turkey (thrice-weekly, Batman), Sweden (weekly, Stockholm Arlanda), Norway (weekly, Oslo) and France (weekly, Strasbourg). In May, SunExpress Germany had intentions to launch flights to Erbil in Iraq from Düsseldorf, but these appear to have been shelved for now.

Consulting anna.aero’s New Route Database for the remainder of 2013, the two airlines have five new services on the cards. Three new routes from TAV-operated Gazipaşa Airport to Germany are planned to launch in November, with flights to Düsseldorf (three per week), Frankfurt (two) and Leipzig (two). More interestingly perhaps, SunExpress will begin daily flights from Sabiha Gökçen to Düsseldorf (27 October) and Munich (30 January 2014), operated on behalf of one of its parents, Turkish Airlines, as the national carrier continues its expansion from the Istanbul airport.

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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Thu Aug 29, 2013 7:16 pm

28/08/2013.
Translated from

http://www.airportzentrale.de/sunexpres ... nya/25946/

For the seaside resorts Alanya and Side on the Turkish Riviera are from winter a completely new route: Sun Express, a subsidiary of Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines will start from the fifth November 2013 non-stop flights from Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Leipzig / Halle Airport in Gazipasa Alanya. A total of seven flights a week - on Tuesdays and Thursdays from all three airports and additionally Saturdays from Dusseldorf to Alanya - as there are days of travel to choose from. The flights will be used by the organizer all route partners, RTI, REWE, Thomas Cook and other traveller to this part of the southern Turkish coast. The one-way flight there in standalone sales already from 75.99 EUR per person.
Real alternative to the South Coast Air
Only 40 kilo meters from the resort of Alanya Gazipasa Airport is located, was initially taken in 2010 for the domestic transport operation. In the spring of 2011 he was also released for international traffic. For most of this airport is a secret, because he is a good alternative to the big neighbour Antalya International Airport to travel to this part of the Turkish Riviera. In about 30 minutes guests can reach the city of Alanya and the surrounding region on holiday Gazipasa.

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Re: gazipasa airport

Post by wexfordmic » Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:56 pm

Taken From, Anna.aero
http://www.anna.aero/2013/11/18/sunexpr ... -gazipasa/

SunExpress Germany, the German-based off-shoot of Turkish airline SunExpress (itself a joint venture between Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines), has linked three German cities to Gazipaşa (GZP) in the Antalya Province of Turkey. Thrice-weekly services will be flown from Düsseldorf (DUS), while twice-weekly operations (both Tuesdays and Thursdays) will be operated on sectors from Leipzig (LEJ) and Frankfurt (FRA). All three new routes began on 5 November and all are operated by the carrier’s 737-800s.


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