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Ryanair to Dalaman Turkey with 1 stop over from london Stansted £190 / Birmingham (£170) to Dalaman Turkey via vienna Austria @ Ryanair
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Ryanair to Dalaman Turkey with 1 stop over from london Stansted £190 / Birmingham (£170) to Dalaman Turkey via vienna Austria @ Ryanair

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Posted 7th Feb

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Ryan air flights to Dalaman Turkey with 1 stop over. Per person the flight price is £190 from London Stansted and £170 from birmingham with all connecting flights.

Step 1:
Book return flight from london Stansted to vienna Austria from 18th august till the 25th

Step 2:
Book return flight from vienna austria to Dalaman Turkey from 18th till the 25th

Also note due to the layover and going to customs you'll have to do a visa for austria which is approx £60

Edit-

As some have stated you need no visa for austria...

Also with priority boarding and seats and cabin bags/hand luggage (19kg) each...I booked for 2 people for £390


Also those who are scared of missing the connecting flight...the flight layover is approx 8 hours so hopefully that minimises the chances of missing the flight....also for £16 extra you can easily add travel insurance to have this covered!
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You are not booking a flight to Turkey with a stop over. You are booking a flight to Austria then a separate flight to Turkey. You will have to pay two lots of fees including two lots of baggage fees and self transfer your bags and check in again in Vienna. If things go wrong with a missed connection you have no protection. Think carefully before booking this.
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Seems a convoluted and not cheap way of getting to Turkey. I've seen all inclusive holidays to Turkey for similar money.39853645-Ksm5V.jpg
666FU07/02/2020 01:55

Seems a convoluted and not cheap way of getting to Turkey. I've seen all …Seems a convoluted and not cheap way of getting to Turkey. I've seen all inclusive holidays to Turkey for similar money.[Image]


Clearly you do not have kids. This is during school holidays in the most expensive time of the year. We used to go to Tenerife in Sept or Oct, £1000 for 4 of us including accommodation. The exact same trip and accommodation is £3,000 in August. Same with Turkey, an all inclusive in August is well over £2,500.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 7th Feb
Voted hot, ok price for August. We did the same last year. Flight to Alicante was over £1,000 for 4 of us during school holiday. We used Brussels airlines with a stop in Brussels, whole trip was under £600. This is how you do it when you travel during school holidays.
I don't get the visa part, my understanding is you pay visa for Turkey, not for Austria. Unless the rules changed after Brexit.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 7th Feb
Since when do you need a visa to go to Austria (with a UK passport)?

Turkey is a straight forward online eVisa
Edited by: "Gollywood" 7th Feb
No visa for Austria for 3 months for uk
You are not booking a flight to Turkey with a stop over. You are booking a flight to Austria then a separate flight to Turkey. You will have to pay two lots of fees including two lots of baggage fees and self transfer your bags and check in again in Vienna. If things go wrong with a missed connection you have no protection. Think carefully before booking this.
Nightmare way to have a relaxing holiday, surely paying slightly more is well worth it.
For comparison. I paid around £330 each for return flights luton/dalaman in August 20 within 10 mins or Easyjest releasing the flights back in Sept 19 (inc of case and seat charge).

This sounds like a good deal and something I'd consider next year perhaps.
Edited by: "qwertychris" 7th Feb
666FU07/02/2020 01:55

Seems a convoluted and not cheap way of getting to Turkey. I've seen all …Seems a convoluted and not cheap way of getting to Turkey. I've seen all inclusive holidays to Turkey for similar money.[Image]

Jot in august though
mastutio07/02/2020 07:26

You are not booking a flight to Turkey with a stop over. You are booking a …You are not booking a flight to Turkey with a stop over. You are booking a flight to Austria then a separate flight to Turkey. You will have to pay two lots of fees including two lots of baggage fees and self transfer your bags and check in again in Vienna. If things go wrong with a missed connection you have no protection. Think carefully before booking this.


The layover is a good 7 hours, so the chances of missing is very small....also I booked this with priority boarding and seats with bags for 2 for £390 ...and 1 ticket is going for that price right now for august holidays
Robo07/02/2020 07:47

Nightmare way to have a relaxing holiday, surely paying slightly more is …Nightmare way to have a relaxing holiday, surely paying slightly more is well worth it.


How is it a nightmare?
Robo07/02/2020 07:47

Nightmare way to have a relaxing holiday, surely paying slightly more is …Nightmare way to have a relaxing holiday, surely paying slightly more is well worth it.


Flights this year are not a little more, they are extortionately more

For early bookers (too late now) cheapest way was Dublin to Dalaman and return, on a wednesday day flight, great times, with Ryanair.
Even with the fares over to Dublin/return, there were big savings to be had compared to flying direct from Manchester or Gatwick to Dalaman and home.
what hassle, stuck with children for 8 hours at an intermediate airport, seems like a good way to spend the week in the dog house instead of a holiday. there's being tight and being miserable.
zaheer200307/02/2020 23:53

what hassle, stuck with children for 8 hours at an intermediate airport, …what hassle, stuck with children for 8 hours at an intermediate airport, seems like a good way to spend the week in the dog house instead of a holiday. there's being tight and being miserable.


It's ok for working couples, or those with older children
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