Turkish Airlines will fly from Istanbul to Ashgabat daily

Turkish Airlines will fly from Istanbul to Ashgabat daily

Turkish Airlines will increase the number of flights to Ashgabat from March 24, 2023.

Now the airline operates flights to Ashgabat on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and from March 24 it will start flying every day. Tickets are on sale on the airline's website. The one-way ticket price from Istanbul (IST) to Ashgabat (ASB) starts at 7,393 Turkish liras, and the return ticket Ashgabat to Istanbul is 367 USD.

Departure from Istanbul is scheduled for 20:30 with arrival in Ashgabat at 02:20. The return flight is at 03:45 with an arrival in Türkiye at 05:55.

As Turkmenportal was informed in the Ashgabat representative office of Turkish Airlines, the flight program on the route Istanbul (IST) - Turkmenbashi (KRW) - Istanbul (IST) will be terminated on March 23.

Tickets for all Turkish Airlines flights can be purchased at www.turkishairlines.com, through the iPhone and Android apps, and at all sales offices.

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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