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You can now fly from London to Istanbul for just £30

Budget carrier Wizz Air has also launched cheap new routes to Antalya and Dalaman

Ella Doyle
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Ella Doyle

It’s March, and we’re all gagging bit of spring sunshine – jacket weather, perhaps, so we could put the puffer coats away for a while. But it’s the UK, so all we’re getting is more cold weather, wind – and a hell of a lot of rain

And you know what? We’re over it. At times like this, there’s really only one antidote. Yep, ladies and gentlemen, what we all need is a holiday – ideally, a holiday that won’t break the bank. With that in mind, budget airline Wizz Air has just dropped some all-new, seriously cheap flights to Turkey, one of the hottest holiday destinations around (yes, we mean in both senses of the word). 

The new flights from the UK go directly to Istanbul, year round, as well as to Antalya and Dalaman on the Mediterranean coast. You can book them right now on Wizz Air’s website and via the Wizz app. 

And yes, it’s going to be cheap. Like, as low as £30.99 cheap. So for the price of a takeaway for two, you can instead head to Istanbul for beautiful architecture, ancient mosques and some seriously good stuffed Turkish flatbread. 

Want all the deets? We’ve got you covered. Right now, you can fly from Luton to Istanbul for £30.99, and from Gatwick to Dalaman for £35.99. Not too shabby, right? For more info, visit Wizz Air or GoTürkiye

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