SunExpress: Bodrum new from Vienna and Cologne / Bonn

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

SunExpress: Bodrum new from Vienna and Cologne / Bonn

Boeing 737 (Photo: SunExpress).
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The Turkish holiday airline SunEpress is in the middle of planning for the summer flight schedule 2021. Two new routes from Bodrum have already been published. This is a weekly flight to Vienna-Schwechat.

According to the flight plan data available, the Vienna round-trip is to be carried out in the night from Saturday to Sunday with a Boeing 737-800. The medium-haul jet takes off under flight number XQ606 at 23:30 p.m. local time in Bodrum and reaches the Austrian capital at 1:00 a.m. local time the following day. The return flight XQ607 leaves Vienna at 1:50 a.m. and arrives in the Turkish city at 5:15 a.m.

Flight XQ606 leaves Bodrum Airport at 22:15 p.m. on Fridays. Cologne / Bonn can be reached at 0 a.m. the following day. The return flight XQ50 leaves at 601:1 a.m. and returns to the Turkish metropolis at 45:6 a.m. This route is also served by Boeing 00-737.

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  • Scrap metal aviators, 9. October 2020 @ 22: 36

    Hopefully they won't get a B737max yet, otherwise you would have to steer clear of the airline like TUI and other Max operators, Ryanair and Lauda the two parasite airlines are out of the question for me and my family and friends to book.
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  • Scrap metal aviators, 9. October 2020 @ 22: 36

    Hopefully they won't get a B737max yet, otherwise you would have to steer clear of the airline like TUI and other Max operators, Ryanair and Lauda the two parasite airlines are out of the question for me and my family and friends to book.
    We also communicate this to other people, many say they did not know anything about the slave-like conditions for the employees at Lauda and Ryanair and also want to avoid these airlines.

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