Turkish Airlines is expanding its global destination portfolio with the addition of Seychelles to its list.
The new route, which will incluse a stop over in Istanbul, promises a great experience for passengers from Dubai.
Turkish Airlines has expended its operations in Romania with flights to Cluj-Napoca, it's third destination in the country.
Beginning from today, Cluj-Napoca flights will be operated four times per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, T
A total of 48 government ministers are among the 261 influential senior leaders confirmed to speak at the upcoming World Energy Congress in Istanbul, Turkey.
The 23rd edition of the event will run from October 9 to 13.
Istanbul, already one of the most fascinating and rewarding cities in the world, is also a long-time favourite destination for GCC travellers, one of the city’s leading hoteliers has revealed.
With a flying distance of less
State-run carrier Turkish Airlines has launched direct flights to Erbil, Iraq, from/to Gaziantep Airport, said a report.
According to a report in eTurboNews, the inaugural flight took off on August 5.
The number of foreigners visiting Turkey plummeted more than 40 percent in June, official data showed on Thursday, marking the biggest drop in at least 22 years as tensions with Russia and a series of deadly bombings kept tourists away.
A sharp drop in flight bookings to Istanbul followed the recent terrorist attack on June 28 at Ataturk Airport, according to ForwardKeys, which monitors future travel patterns by analysing 14 million reservation transactions each day.
Turkish authorities rounded up nearly 3,000 suspected military plotters on Saturday and ordered thousands of judges detained after thwarting a coup by rebels using tanks and attack helicopters to try to topple President Tayyip Erdogan.
Flights to Turkey diverted and departures from Istanbul's Ataturk Airport were cancelled as a coup attempt unfolded in the country on Friday and Turkey's military said it had seized power.
A Reuters witness in Istanbul, ci
The three suicide bombers who carried out an attack on Istanbul's main airport that killed 42 people were of Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationality, a Turkish official said on Thursday.
Police detained 13 people, three of them