Sun Express expands code-sharing agreement with Lufthansa

Boeing 737 (Photo: SunExpress).
Boeing 737 (Photo: SunExpress).

Sun Express expands code-sharing agreement with Lufthansa

Boeing 737 (Photo: SunExpress).
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Sun Express is expanding its codeshare partnership with Lufthansa in the coming winter season: After two years of code sharing on flights to Turkey from Munich, the agreement is now being expanded to include several weekly flights from Frankfurt to Izmir, Antalya and Ankara. The connections operated by the Turkish airline also fly under Lufthansa flight numbers.

"We are delighted that we will be expanding our successful code-sharing partnership with Lufthansa to include Frankfurt in the winter and thus cover the two largest German airports," said Max Kownatzki, Chief Executive Officer of Sun Express. "In addition to numerous attractive transfer connections, passengers also benefit from extremely convenient and short transfer and connecting routes in Terminal 1 at Frankfurt Airport."

The first code-sharing flight from Sun Express from Frankfurt will start with the start of the 2020/21 winter flight schedule on October 25 of this year, the existing code-sharing connections from Munich to Ankara, Antalya and Izmir will remain in place. "Both airlines are also planning to continue the partnership for most of the SunExpress flights from Frankfurt and Munich in the summer flight schedule of 2021," the broadcast said.

Current overview of the new codeshare flights from / to Frankfurt (local times):

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