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Would someone from Turkey be willing to call "Sun Express" for me?

Would someone from Turkey be willing to call "Sun Express" for me?

Jan 5th, 2012, 11:41 AM
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Would someone from Turkey be willing to call "Sun Express" for me?

I want to fly from Izmir to Kayseri on a Wed or Thurs in May. Pegasus doesn't seem to fly those days (although I swear when I looked two days ago they had a wed flight!).

SunExpress lists flights, but they stop in March. Would someone be willing to call them and see if it is just too early or if they are cancelling the route all together? I don't see a US or international call center.

Otherchelebi I think I found your email from a web site but didn't want to be rude and email you directly - so hoping you will see it here

If I cant fly - what about a train to Konya spending a night there and then driving on? Or I supposed we can fly to Ankara but it is such a long drive from there to Cap.
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Jan 5th, 2012, 11:54 AM
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Pardon the interruption...

A train from where to Konya? Izmir?

I drove from Ankara to Cap, we left around noon, in Goreme by dinner. Also drove to Konya from Goreme.
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Jan 5th, 2012, 11:58 AM
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The ultimate goal is to get from Izmir to somewhere near Cap. on a Wed or Thursday (early). Or possible Tuesday late-ish so we could have the day for Ephesus.

However transportation doesn't seem to be cooperating.

So my understanding is there is an overnight train from Izmir to Konya - and then we could drive from Konya to Goreme (if we could rent a car in Konya). How long was the drive from Konya to Goreme? Was it nice?

Thanx
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Jan 5th, 2012, 12:06 PM
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I see a bunch of contact numbers on the Sun Express website ??

http://www.sunexpress.com/xq/en/serv...ntact.jsp#c359

We left Goreme early morning, did a hike in Ilhara valley, lunch there, stopped at underground city (more a cave), arrived Konya near dinner time.

Konya is a bit different city, more conservative.

Drive from Ankara I thought was interesting, some wide open plains, then you start to see the weird Cap formations.
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Jan 5th, 2012, 12:12 PM
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I guess I can try the numbers - but they were all for different countries so I wasn't sure it would work (not even a UK one!). Thanx.
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Jan 5th, 2012, 12:19 PM
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There is also a "Write to us" I might try that first. Since the website is in English, I would assume phone service would be also ?

Otherchelebi is the expert here .
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Jan 5th, 2012, 12:51 PM
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Thanx. I will try to contact them.

In the meantime it looks like flying or overnight training to Ankara is a viable option if need be!
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