The low-cost Turkish airline, Pegasus, has announced an increase in routes outside of its current services within Turkey and Cyprus for the upcoming summer. Despite the sun not making a steady appearance so far in the United Kingdom and the incessant belt-tightening when it comes to the national financial situation, it looks as though Britons will still be able to head overseas for some summer sun with Pegasus's new routes and good-value prices.
The airline currently offers services to 24 destinations, which will soon be increasing to 54 including new services to the Balkans, within Europe, Asia and the Middle East throughout this month of June.
Travel to Norway has become both easier and more affordable as the low-cost airline, easyJet begins their latest service between Bergen, Norway's second
The Swiss regional carrier, Darwin Airline, will be offering flights from Cambridge to the European destinations of Amsterdam, Paris, Milan and Geneva
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