British Airways is launching flights to Antalya in time for next summer.
The Gatwick service will run six times a week on board an Airbus A320 once it launches on April 30 until October 29.
Tickets for the flight will lead in at £139 return in Euro Traveller or £387 in Club Europe.
British Airways’ managing director of Gatwick Adam Carson said: “Holidaymakers can look forward to another option when flying to Turkey with British Airways next summer.
“After months in the planning, we are excited to announce the addition of Antalya to our network from Gatwick.
“We are committed to offering flights and holidays to a wide variety of destinations at competitive prices to help people get their travel plans off the ground.”
The announcement comes following the collapse of Thomas Cook and its airline, which had always considered Turkey a key destination.
Airlines are already taking advantage of the reduced capacity on UK Turkey flights, and last week Turkish Airlines announced it was boosting capacity on its Gatwick-Antalya route.