Seabird airline has started Turkey’s first sea-land integrated airline transportation by flying from Istanbul to Alaçatı.
DAILY NEWS photo, Emrah GÜREL
Seabird Airlines, an airline company that has brought sea-land integrated airline transportation toTurkey for the first time started its flights yesterday, with a flight fromIstanbul to the Aegean province of Alaçatı.
Taking off from the Golden Horn waterway in Istanbul with 14 passengers at around 11:30 a.m., the aircraft arrived in the Aegean province of İzmir’s Alaçatı district after a one-and-a-half-hour flight.
Director General of Seabird Airlines Kürşad Arusan made a press statement about their first planned flight, in which he said a one way ticket fromIstanbul to Alaçatı cost 227 Turkish Liras, including taxes.