Turkish Airlines: Several new destinations join its network
Turkish Airlines has announced that its network will be enriched with fourteen new destinations.
The air carrier serving the largest number of destinations among European airlines, announced its departure to Nantes, La Coruña, Krakow, Lankaran and Palermo, which all belong to countries located in the old continent.
Turkish Airlines also plans to inaugurate flights to new destinations in Africa such as Aswan, Hargeisa and Port Sudan. In the Middle East, Turkey’s flag carrier will send its aircraft to Abha in Saudi Arabia.
Several airports in North American countries will also benefit from flights departing from Istanbul, such as Denver and Detroit airports in the United States, knowing that in this country, TA also serves Seattle, Dallas -Fort Worth and Newark.
Turkish Airlines’ new schedule will also include flights to destinations in Asia such as Atyrau and Sialkot.
Despite the pandemic, Turkish Airlines managed to quickly reach its traffic recorded before the start of the health crisis. More than twenty two million passengers took its flights during the last summer season.