Turkish Airlines obtains permission to fly over Australian skies
In an official announcement, Catherine King, Australia’s Minister of Transport, recently lifted restrictions that prevented Turkish Airlines from flying over Australian skies.
From now on, Turkish Airlines will have the possibility to schedule twenty-eight flight frequencies each week. The number of rotations is expected to increase to 35 frequencies per week by 2025.
The cities of Melbourne, Perth and Sydney will be the departure points for Turkish Airlines flights in Australia. This expansion of services will provide travelers with a greater variety of options for reaching Turkey from these major Australian metropolises and vice versa.
Still, as part of its expansion program, the Turkish operator recently confirmed its arrival in Osaka, thus expanding its international flight network. From now on, the Japanese destination is directly connected to Istanbul thanks to regular flights.
With more flights, passengers can enjoy greater flexibility in planning their trips. This means more choice in terms of schedules and frequencies, but also benefiting from a significant reduction in the cost of plane tickets issued by the Turkish airline.