The carrier is set to offer two destinations to Turkey from the Scottish hub, with a total capacity of 50,000 seats
Corendon Airlines is set to make its debut at Glasgow Airport in April next year, offering two direct routes to Antalya and Dalaman in Turkey.
The carrier’s fleet, made up of Boeing 737-800 aircraft, is set to operate the new services.
“We are delighted to be able to offer additional capacity to one of our most popular destinations at the same time as welcoming a new airline partner to Glasgow Airport,” said Matt Hazelwood, group commercial director for AGS Airports.
“The new flights to Antalya offer more choice to reach resorts such as Alanya, Side or Belek, while Dalaman opens up renowned resorts such as Marmaris or the picture postcard resort of Oludeniz.”
Mine Aslan, commercial director at Corendon Airlines, added: “We are very excited to expand our flight network with new routes. We have continued to see demand increasing to Antalya and Dalaman from the UK despite the current challenges faced by our industry.
“Our aim in this market is to meet the increased demand for Turkey destinations in the forthcoming seasons as well as to expand to other Mediterranean destinations on the Corendon network.”
Flights to Antalya are planned to run twice-weekly from Glasgow on Mondays and Fridays, with services to Dalaman also running at the same frequency on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
This new agreement is set to provide around 50,000 seats between Scotland and Turkey in 2022.