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Turkish Airlines added Strasbourg to the list of its destinations in France

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Turkish Airlines added Strasbourg to the list of its destinations in France  - Airports / Routes publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: Turkey Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Turkish Airlines

National flag carrier added Strasbourg again to its flight network that covers 124 countries of the world.

Turkish Airlines, flying to more countries than any other airline in the world, has launched direct flights again to Strasbourg, starting from May 31st, 2019, as four weekly flights between Istanbul Airport and Strasbourg Entzheim Airport.

Strasbourg is the seventh destination of Turkish Airlines in France and it became the third international destination added to the flight network of the flag carrier this year after Sharjah in United Arab Emirates and Marrakech in Morocco. Turkish Airlines’ Southern Europe Vice President for Sales, Ömer Faruk Sönmez attended the inauguration ceremony held in Strasbourg.

Flight No Start End Days Departure Arrival

TK 1455

31/05/2019

25/10/2019

Monday, Friday

IST

08:35

SXB

10:45

TK 1456

31/05/2019

25/10/2019

Monday, Friday

SXB

11:40

IST

15:30

TK 1457

02/06/2019

23/10/2019

Wednesday, Sunday

IST

15:30

SXB

17:40

TK 1458

02/06/2019

23/10/2019

Wednesday, Sunday

SXB

18:35

IST

22:25

 

All times are in LMT.



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