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Two more new nonstop flights are set to leave the United States bound for Turkey, as ambitious Turkish Airlines seeks to expand its route offerings both to the United States and to several other destinations around the world. The latest announcements come just months after the airline’s previous expansion in North America, following the addition of new flight service to Seattle launched in June.
Located between the three continents of Africa, Asia and Europe, Turkey has long been a popular vacation spot for travelers from all over Europe, but has also recently started to become a trend among travelers from all over Europe. other parts of the world, making it the perfect time for the airline to launch a series of new routes. Here’s everything we know so far about the airline’s new routes to the United States, plus a look at why the country is currently one of the world’s must-visit destinations.
New US-Turkey Routes – What Travelers Need to Know
Turkish Airlines has revealed that it will soon be launching two new non-stop flights to the United States, giving American travelers even more options when it comes to visiting the enchanting destination that seems to be on everyone’s lips at the moment. . From the airline’s main hub at Istanbul Airport (IST), Turkish Airlines will soon operate direct flights to Denver, Colorado (DEN), and Detroit, Michigan (DTW).
The addition of the new US flights was revealed during the airline’s first-half fiscal year results presentation to June 30. Although there have not yet been any further details released on frequencies or start dates for flights to Denver and Detroit, their addition to the Turkish Airlines flight catalog will be seen as a positive step in the right direction. for the travel industry, and are sure to get travelers excited about potential trips to the country.
The addition of the two new US routes will be the airline’s fourth expansion into the country in just over a year, following the launch of routes to Newark (EWR) in May 2021, to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) in September 2021. , and in Seattle (SEA) in June of this year. This brings the airline’s total number of routes to the United States to 12, two more than the 10 destinations served in July 2019, offering a total of more than 88,000 round-trip seats between the two countries.
The airline is rapidly expanding operations after years of pandemic-related disruptions, with the following international flights also scheduled by the airline:
- Krakow (KRK), Poland
- Palermo (PMO), Italy
- Nantes (NTE), France
- La Coruña (LCG), Spain
- Makhachkala (MCX), Russia
- Lankaran (LLK), Azerbaijan
- Atyrau (GUW), Kazakhstan
- Sialkot (SKT), Pakistan
- Aswan (ASW), Egypt
- Hargeisa (HGA), Somalia
- Port Sudan (PZU), Sudan
- Abha (AHB), Saudi Arabia
The ability to fly easily between major European destinations such as Italy, France and Spain, and Turkey, could provide opportunities for unforgettable vacations in the future.
Turkey Trend – Information for travelers
As regular social media users know, Turkey is one of the most aesthetically pleasing and Instagram-friendly destinations in the world, which has led to the country becoming one of the most requested places to visit this year. . Istanbul, the country’s top tourist destination, was recently crowned the third most popular city in the world according to TikTok, with the stunning city attracting around 17 billion views on the platform.
It’s easy to see why – whether it’s skylines adorned with minarets, hot air balloons, or stunning natural scenery, Turkey is undoubtedly a pretty country, but its beauty isn’t limited to the skin. A true transcontinental destination, Turkey is a melting pot of culture and experiences that few other destinations can match – wrapped in safe, affordable and simply unforgettable cities. From archaeological sites to modern hotels, and from bazaars to super malls, tradition and modernity are equally embraced in Turkey, ticking the boxes for all types of travelers.
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