Turkish Airlines continues to grow its network. The carrier now has existing services to 108 countries, and the airline has announced that it is adding Abuja (Federal Republic of Nigeria), Manila (Philippines) and Taipei (Taiwan).
Ranking among the world’s major airline companies with its impressive growth figures, and already having the world’s fourth largest flight network by serving 261 destinations in 108 countries, Turkish Airlines continues its growth by adding three new destinations in March.
With existing services to 37 destinations in Africa, Turkish Airlines adds flights to Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, as its 38th destination in the continent. Beginning 3rd March 2015, Abuja flights will be operated five times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in both directions.
Introductory fares are available from Istanbul to Abuja starting at €449, and from Abuja to Istanbul $679 (including taxes and fees).
Additional Coverage in Asia
Turkish Airlines also adds yet another city and country to its Far East network. The capital city of Philippines, Manila, is joining the network on 30th March 2015. Roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Manila will be operated three times per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays in both directions.
Introductory round trip fares are available from Istanbul to Manila starting at €583 (including taxes and fees).
Yet another city, Taipei, capital of Taiwan, also joins the flag carrier’s Far East network as its newly-served destination. Beginning from 31st March 2015, roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Taipei will operate seven times per week.