Turkish Airlines extends its offer to twelve countries around the world
Turkish Airlines is boosting its offer on international lines. It announced its arrival on fourteen new routes serving global destinations from its base at Istanbul Airport.
The new offer includes flights to Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the United States
In the United States, Turkish Airlines will fly to Denver, Michigan, Detroit and Colorado, in addition to eight other destinations in the North American country. The Turkish carrier has announced its intention to offer eighty-eight thousand seats each week on its flights serving the United States.
In Europe Turkish Airlines will add six new destinations to its network namely: Krakow, Poland, Palermo, Italy, Nantes, France, La Coruña, Makhachkala, Lankaran and Azerbaijan.
In total, the national airline of Turkey serves flights to one hundred and eighteen destinations in Europe, spread over four three countries around the world.
During the past month, Turkish Airlines carried nearly eight million passengers on its flights. It generated a turnover of 7.6 billion during the first half of the current year.