The airline will fly four times weekly from its hub in Istanbul, Ataturk Airport, departing on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday and operating according to the attached schedule. This new flight connects Istanbul with an important historical city, Mosul and joins Baghdad, Basra, Arbil, Najaf and Suleymaniah as a Turkish Airlines’ network city.
The Istanbul-based carrier was recently recognised by the World Travel Awards as offering Europe’s Leading Airline Business Class.
On 18th October 2011 Turkish Airlines will inaugurate its Dammam services…
The flights to Dammam, Turkish Airlines’ fourth flight destination in Saudi Arabia after Jeddah, Riyadh and Medinah, will take place three times per week on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays
Turkish Airlines currently flies to 187 destinations, including 146 international and 41 domestic, and with the addition of Mosul and Dammam, the airline will serve 189 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.