Turkish Airlines has reduced prices for tickets from Turkmenbashi to Istanbul and back

Turkish Airlines has reduced prices for tickets from Turkmenbashi to Istanbul and back

Turkish Airlines has reduced prices for tickets from Turkmenbashi to Istanbul and back, reports Atavatan Türkmenistan.

The round-trip fare is now 351 USD when purchased online. It will be possible to fly from Turkmenbashi (KRW) to Istanbul (IST) twice a week - on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Price for tickets for flights from Ashgabat (ASB) to Istanbul (IST) - from 367 USD in one direction, from 655 USD - round trip. Flights are operated four times a week - on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Online tickets for Turkish Airlines flights can be purchased at www.turkishairlines.com, through applications for iOS and Android.

Let us remind, Turkish Airlines has changed its office in Ashgabat. Now it is located at the address: G. Kuliyev street, building 39 (“Ussat” building).

The airline was established in 1933 for domestic flights.In 1947 was the first regular international flight of Turkish Airlines.Based at the new Istanbul Airport, the airline operates regular flights to 220 foreign airports in 120 countries and is considered one of the largest in the world.

The carrier's air fleet currently includes over 300 aircraft, most of which are represented by the most modern models of Airbus and Boeing.

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