World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Airlines (THY) will begin flights to four new destinations.
THY, Turkey's national air carrier, will fly to Sharm el-Sheikh, Maldives, Kinshasa and Sabha.
THY stated on Thursday that Istanbul-Sharm el-Sheikh flights would be held mutually four times a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday) and begin as of October 9.
Flights to Maldives will begin as of November 24, and take place on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Istanbul-Kinshasa flights will be held on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, beginning from August 27.
Istanbul-Sabha flights will start on September 2, and they will be held on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
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