Jazeera Airways is launching flights to Antalya this week, making it the first Middle East airline that flies to the Turkish city.
Kuwait's budget carrier announced on Sunday that the new route will commence Thursday June 4, with non-stop flights scheduled for Thursday and Saturdays.
The service is available from KD29 ($100), which includes all taxes and fees, the airline said.
"Antalya is a breathtaking coastal city that provides an ideal setting for those who want a change of scenery and a relaxing holiday not very far from the Gulf," said Jazeera Airways' chief commercial officer Steven Greenway.
He added the service should prove popular with passengers looking for a cheap weekend break to a city steeped in history.
Dating back to 200 BC, Antalya is a Mediterranean destination steeped in Greek and Turkish history.
Antalya is one of 13 destinations that the airline is launching this summer. Among them, Jazeera will fly to Iran, Shiraz and Larnaca.