You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA couple who jetted off to Turkey after bagging bargain flights have revealed what it like to holiday there, post lockdown.Husband and wife, Alex and Stuart Scaum went for a 10 night break at the beginning of July after paying just 55 each for flights.The couple, from Hull, go to Turkey around three times a year and booked their most recent trip in May, reports Hull Live.Staying in a villa on the Aegean coast, the couple met up with eight other family members and traveled from Stansted Airport.The villa is owned by Alex parents.Here is the couple account of their post lockdown holiday to Turkey, from being on board the flight to eating out and arriving back to the UK.What happened at Stansted Airport Mrs Scaum, 37, said: “We took the car to the airport and did the Meet and Greet airport parking service as normal.”We put our masks on to go in and went to the check in desk, then went through to departures and had our masks on all the time.”Nothing was open, apart from duty free and Boots.Alex and Stuart Scaum said their post lockdown holiday was just what they needed”There was a lot of people in there but it really quiet. You could see it was different, it normally a lot busier, normally you have to squeeze through people.”It was strange, but didn’t bother us. We felt safe enough.”On board the flight to Turkey “We were due to fly at 3.30pm, but they started boarding us at 2.30pm and did it row by row.”They took our temperature before we got on the plane.”We all sat down, and they tell you that the air they are using to circulate is from the outside, so said it would be a bit colder than normal.”To be honest I felt alright, I sat next to a stranger, I was bothered at first but everyone had been temperature checked, and it eased you knowing the air was coming from outside.”There were two empty rows at the front and six empty rows at the back so when we took off we asked if we could move and they said course we could, but that was for comfort really, not because I was sat next to a stranger..
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