Turkish Airlines to start another international flight
Turkish Airlines will launch flights to Mashad (Iran) from Istanbul. Having flights to New Delhi and Mumbai, Turkish Airlines will increase flight frequency to seven days a week for these two destinations in India.
As a part of an expansion program Turkish Airlines will launch one more new international flight from Istanbul.
Turkish Airlines, in a statement issued today, said its new flights from Istanbul to Mashad, one of the biggest cities of Iran, will begin in March.
Istanbul-Mashad-Istanbul flights are planned as 3 flights per week and will be launched as of March 15th, 2009.
As one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, Turkish Airlines will fly from Istanbul to
Mashad (Iran) on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 20.50. Return flights from Mashad to Istanbul will run on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 04.05.
Frequency Increase for Mumbai and New Delhi
Having flights three times a week, Turkish Airlines will increase flight frequency to Mumbai, the biggest city of India. Starting on February 2nd, 2009, flights between Istanbul-Mumbai-Istanbul will run every day.
As one of the biggest airlines of Europe, Turkish Airlines will also raise the number of flights, already four days a week, to seven days a week for New Delhi, the capital of India. According to new schedule revealed by Turkish Airlines, the daily round-trip flights will be operated between Istanbul and New Delhi starting on February 2nd, 2009.
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