Turkish Airlines, will add its 7th Italian destination, Turin, on August 2, 2011. The airline will fly three times weekly from its hub in Istanbul, Ataturk Airport, departing on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday and operating according to the attached schedule. This new flight connects Istanbul with an important Italian business and cultural center, and joins Rome, Milan, Venice, Bologna, Genoa and Naples as a Turkish Airlines’ network city.
Still more new destinations…
On 12th September 2011 Turkish Airlines will inaugurate Istanbul- Dammam (Saudi Arabia)-Istanbul flights. The flights to Dammam will also be operated three times per week.
And on 21st July 2011, Turkish Airlines launched three weekly flights between Istanbul Ataturk Airport and Islamabad, Pakistan. The Islamabad services operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Turkish Airlines currently flies to 186 destinations, including 145 international and 41 domestic, and with the addition of Turin, the airline will serve 187 destinations worldwide. Turkish Airlines is Europe’s fastest growing carrier and its Istanbul hub is rapidly becoming a key global connecting point for international travelers.
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