Turkish Airlines adds 6 new destinations
Istanbul, June 3, 2013
Turkish Airlines will start operations to five new destinations this month, in addition to Al-Qassim in Saudi Arabia, to which it began services today.
The other destinations are Marseille (France), Constanta (Romania), Tallinn (Estonia), Vilnius (Lithuania), Luxembourg and Al Qassim (Saudi Arabia).
With existing services to Medina, Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, Yanbu and Ta'if, Turkish Airlines added flights to Al-Qassim as its seventh destination in Saudi Arabia. Beginning from today, Al-Qassim flights are operated four times per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays in both directions. Introductory round trip fares are available from Istanbul to Al-Qassim starting at 131 euros ($170) including taxes and fees, a statement said.
With existing services to Paris, Lyon, Nice and Toulouse, Turkish Airlines adds flights to Marseille as its fifth destination in France. Beginning June 4, Marseille flights will be operated four times per week.
With existing services to Bucharest, the airlines adds flights to Constanta as it second destination in Romania. Roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Constanta will be operated three times per week.
Beginning June 11, roundtrip flights between Istanbul-Tallinn-Vilnius will be operated three times per week.
Flights to Turkish Airlines' 234th Luxembourg will begin on June 25. Roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Luxembourg will be operated four times per week. - TradeArabia News Service
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