Monarch to Increase Scheduled Flying With New Routes

Monarch Airlines, the leisure carrier, has increased its scheduled flying activities in 2012 with a focus on the Mediterranean.

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 The new routes so far announced by the airline are as follows
• Gatwick to Antalya – 2 flights per week
• Gatwick – Dalaman – up to 11 flights per week
• Gatwick – Sharm el Sheikh – 3 flights per week
• Manchester – Dalaman – up to 7 flights per week
• Manchester – Sharm el Sheikh – 2 flights per week


 Most of these routes are charter flights switching into scheduled flights and not essentially new routes.


Flights between Gatwick and Antalya launch on 03 May, 2012 and operate on Thursday and Sunday
Flights between Gatwick and Dalaman launch on 26 April, 2012 with daily services
Flights between Gatwick and Sharm el Sheikh launch on 03 May, 2012 and operate on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Flights between Manchester and Dalaman launch on 01 May, 2012 with daily services
Flights between Manchester and Sharm el Sheikh launch on 03 May, 2012 and operate on Thursday and Sunday


Commenting on the launch of Summer 2012 flights and the new routes, Managing Director of Monarch Airlines, Kevin George said, “The addition of new scheduled services to Turkey and Egypt also supports Monarch’s shift to focusing on scheduled flying and enables more customers to take advantage of our innovative ‘build your own class’ service, which gives them the ability to tailor their flight package to their exact requirements, providing a greater sense of freedom and personalisation. As well as benefiting from a fantastic value fare, customers can also select from a range of optional extras such as extra legroom seating and pre-ordered meals, all of which are perfectly suited for longer flight durations such as Turkey and Egypt”.

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