The new flights will take off from Norwich Airport – and there are fares from £219 return.

The flights start from May 23 and run each week in Wednesdays. Click here to book.

Turkey is one of the UK’s hottest destinations this year as Brits flock back there due to escalating prices in continental Europe.

Thomas Cook recently announced that bookings to Turkey are up by 80 per cent this year.

Prices on package holidays to continental Europe are up by six per cent due to the weak pound.

This is twice the rate of inflation and the holiday company says this is due to “margin pressure as a result of currency impact and hotel bed cost inflation”.

Brits are booking breaks to Turkey because aside from its beautiful beaches and year-round sunshine it’s very cheap to holiday in once you get there.

Financial advisor Nimblefins previously found that it costs just £47 per day to holiday in Turkey for a family of four – good news especially as the pound has risen by 14 per cent there.

The airline already operates flights to Dalaman from Cardiff, Bristol, Glasgow, Gatwick, Newcastle, Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands and Leeds Bradford.

The brand has also announced that it is definitely shutting down its Club 18-30 holidays at the end of this summer, as millennials go in search of "ego holidays" that will look good on Instagram instead.

Sun Online Travel previously revealed the best cheap places to stay if you're heading to Tenerife – and where's best to stay on the island.

We've also got a roundup of the best cheap holidays to Egyptian Red Sea resorts – which aren't Sharm El Sheikh.

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