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Manchester - Istanbul Return Flights - From Jan to March - £83pp @ flypgs (Pegasus Airlines)
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Manchester - Istanbul Return Flights - From Jan to March - £83pp @ flypgs (Pegasus Airlines)

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Posted 12th Nov 2019

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Just searching through and realised there’s some nice cheap flights (£84) to Istanbul from Manchester return on some dates through January to March. Might be of interest to some people.
i found the flights on google flights and you can see the dates in there and book through flypgs (no frill airline)
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Just come back from Istanbul last week

Amazing place and lots to see

Might be a bit cold between January and March but still worth it
Good find. Aye walla
deleted129366912/11/2019 21:30

Not all in airport had to pay for visa for free stay by Turkish airlines, …Not all in airport had to pay for visa for free stay by Turkish airlines, which was given after 20 hours of landing, after 2 hours in hotel they brought us back to airport. On the plus my next flight which was by easyJet, and they changed my date for free even though it was cheapest fare. From MAN to BFS


Did you vote leave?
peterraul12/11/2019 23:21

Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure …Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure if I'd like to go to such a country that detains journalists and authors.


Its their own laws respect them or don't visit lol
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Just come back from Istanbul last week

Amazing place and lots to see

Might be a bit cold between January and March but still worth it
Good find. Aye walla
Istanbul is beautiful. If my annual leave wasn't tied to school holidays, I'd be gone.
Found some flights for £65 return. Great find OP
I have flown with Pegasus loads of times both to Turkey and within Turkey - have never had a problem with them.
Can be a little.on the wet/cold side In Winter but nothing that'll be an issue for Brits.
Edited by: "Gollywood" 12th Nov 2019
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Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 hours of my life was in Istanbul, i can only imagine jail would be better
Gollywood12/11/2019 20:39

Can be a little.on the wet/cold side In Winter but nothing that'll be an …Can be a little.on the wet/cold side In Winter but nothing that'll be an issue for Brits.


Apparently people up North say just wear a “big coat” and the message to southerners is to stay indoors and wait for help.

Can any southerners be able to debunk this?
deleted129366912/11/2019 20:57

Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 …Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 hours of my life was in Istanbul, i can only imagine jail would be better


You’ve not seen midnight express have you?
deleted129366912/11/2019 20:57

Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 …Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 hours of my life was in Istanbul, i can only imagine jail would be better


When was that? Why would you spend 28 hours at the airport?
Edited by: "Gollywood" 12th Nov 2019
Was there in February before. Bit cold but no rain. And sure so much to do you don't really pay attention to the weather. Top, top city.

EDIT: Also Pegasus are a decent airline, no frills but friendlier staff than the other budget airlines. Although it used to be a free 20kg but no longer the case!
Edited by: "custommade07" 12th Nov 2019
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Gollywood12/11/2019 21:08

When was that? Why would you spend 28 hours at the airport?


Not all in airport had to pay for visa for free stay by Turkish airlines, which was given after 20 hours of landing, after 2 hours in hotel they brought us back to airport.
On the plus my next flight which was by easyJet, and they changed my date for free even though it was cheapest fare. From MAN to BFS
deleted129366912/11/2019 21:30

Not all in airport had to pay for visa for free stay by Turkish airlines, …Not all in airport had to pay for visa for free stay by Turkish airlines, which was given after 20 hours of landing, after 2 hours in hotel they brought us back to airport. On the plus my next flight which was by easyJet, and they changed my date for free even though it was cheapest fare. From MAN to BFS

Sounds like a long time ago.
deleted129366912/11/2019 21:30

Not all in airport had to pay for visa for free stay by Turkish airlines, …Not all in airport had to pay for visa for free stay by Turkish airlines, which was given after 20 hours of landing, after 2 hours in hotel they brought us back to airport. On the plus my next flight which was by easyJet, and they changed my date for free even though it was cheapest fare. From MAN to BFS


Did you vote leave?
deleted129366912/11/2019 20:57

Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 …Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 hours of my life was in Istanbul, i can only imagine jail would be better


I agree. I had a transit at Istanbul airport for 23 hours as I intended to see a bit of Istanbul with Turkish Airlines sight seeing service. Turkish Airlines was good, good food as well, the visit to Istanbul was great as well but the staff at Istanbul airport was pretty rude and gruesome. Severe lack of courtesy and politeness.
Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure if I'd like to go to such a country that detains journalists and authors.
Just come back from Turkey amazing culture and beautiful and airline is must better then other budget airlines.
peterraul12/11/2019 23:21

Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure …Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure if I'd like to go to such a country that detains journalists and authors.


Its their own laws respect them or don't visit lol
Ive paid more to fly to NI... wtf
The day after a British charity worker was wrongly accused as a spy and murdered? No thanks.
peterraul12/11/2019 23:21

Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure …Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure if I'd like to go to such a country that detains journalists and authors.


I assume you refuse to buy anything made in China on the same principles?
Jawz3213/11/2019 09:46

I assume you refuse to buy anything made in China on the same principles?


Whilst he tucks into his lamb gyros.
peterraul12/11/2019 23:21

Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure …Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure if I'd like to go to such a country that detains journalists and authors.


Is that why more people traveled to Turkey in the last two years than any other destination?
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coolio2812/11/2019 21:54

Did you vote leave?


No i voted remain but it doesn't matter, democracy is just a sham to let us think we have control.
Jawz3213/11/2019 09:46

I assume you refuse to buy anything made in China on the same principles?


I would not go to China.

To apply the same notion to eschew the as it were 'Made in China' brand on issues of human rights principles is an comparatively lazy argument to pose. Especially when it is pervasive and frankly unavoidable, determined by factors that is affected by how much I earn among other things.
Edited by: "peterraul" 13th Nov 2019
peterraul13/11/2019 11:17

I would not go to China.To apply the same notion to eschew the as it were …I would not go to China.To apply the same notion to eschew the as it were 'Made in China' brand on issues of human rights principles is an comparatively lazy argument to pose. Especially when it is pervasive and frankly unavoidable, determined by factors that is affected by how much I earn among other things.


Can you reword all of that in a sensical manner please, I know you can write in English but it just reads as gibberish to me.

Thanks
peterraul13/11/2019 11:17

I would not go to China.To apply the same notion to eschew the as it were …I would not go to China.To apply the same notion to eschew the as it were 'Made in China' brand on issues of human rights principles is an comparatively lazy argument to pose. Especially when it is pervasive and frankly unavoidable, determined by factors that is affected by how much I earn among other things.


Sounds like you need to have a little more conviction in your beliefs...
BluFinn13/11/2019 10:20

Is that why more people traveled to Turkey in the last two years than any …Is that why more people traveled to Turkey in the last two years than any other destination?


No people only think about their wallets at holiday time...not human rights. Turkey is probably cheaper than most European countries and still perceived as safer than Egypt and other north african countries.

Doesn't mean that they support Erdogan (the President) though ....
Edited by: "pekoz1" 13th Nov 2019
I love turkey its amazing place and people.
Awesome city
Great price, had a chance to visit, there are great sightseeing places in Istanbul, some interesting stories a guide can tell you as well.
coolio2812/11/2019 21:05

You’ve not seen midnight express have you?


And definitely you don’t want to bump into Hamid
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Edited by: "Hacksaw" 13th Nov 2019
deleted129366912/11/2019 20:57

Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 …Pay me 1000 i still wouldn't go airport people are rude as hell. Worst 28 hours of my life was in Istanbul, i can only imagine jail would be better


Was it 2005 and are you an AC Milan fan?
jez79413/11/2019 18:05

Was it 2005 and are you an AC Milan fan?


Rumour has it he still wandering the streets of Istanbul searching for glory ... or perhaps an EasyJet flight back to Scunthorpe
pekoz113/11/2019 11:48

No people only think about their wallets at holiday time...not human …No people only think about their wallets at holiday time...not human rights. Turkey is probably cheaper than most European countries and still perceived as safer than Egypt and other north african countries.Doesn't mean that they support Erdogan (the President) though ....


Yes I think of the political situation when the UK sells arms to Saudi Arabia to bomb Yemen, whilst I enjoy my fish & chips.

Food for thought perhaps? ...
peterraul12/11/2019 23:21

Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure …Turkey's regime is very much suspect to say the very least. I'm not sure if I'd like to go to such a country that detains journalists and authors.

“ And ours here in the UK is so perfect...wake up smell the shower of tripe we have here rather then look at
Just booked for end of January, any recommendation for a nice hotel? Thanks OP
stelo14/11/2019 01:47

Just booked for end of January, any recommendation for a nice hotel? …Just booked for end of January, any recommendation for a nice hotel? Thanks OP


expedia.co.uk/Ist…319
hope that helps. Close to the main attractions
Avoid at all costs. I flew with my family using this airline and flew back to the UK a couple nights ago. I'm like the least fussy person ever and perfectly fine with using Easyjet/Ryanair. This airline even makes Easyjet/Ryanair feel like premium airlines. The seats in the plane were the worst, most cramped seats I've ever sat in and also non reclining.

Very badly organised too. Everything was a mess. And on the way back there was a bit of a scene on the plane as it was so overbooked, 2 people ended up having the same seat tickets, neither wanted to be seated elsewhere. I'm a very frequent traveller and Pegasus is definitely the worst airline I've ever used. It was a nightmare using them. Such a bad experience.
Edited by: "KM4353" 15th Nov 2019
peterraul13/11/2019 11:17

I would not go to China.To apply the same notion to eschew the as it were …I would not go to China.To apply the same notion to eschew the as it were 'Made in China' brand on issues of human rights principles is an comparatively lazy argument to pose. Especially when it is pervasive and frankly unavoidable, determined by factors that is affected by how much I earn among other things.


TOSH!
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