Turkish Airlines starts new flights to Saudi Arabia

New flights now offered from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen, Ankara, and the Black Sea city of Trabzon

Turkish Airlines starts new flights to Saudi Arabia

World Bulletin / News Desk

Turkish Airlines this week begins flights from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Medina along with service from the Black Sea city of Trabzon to Riyadh.

The Istanbul-Medina flights will be offered four times a week as of March 28, while the Trabzon-Riyadh flights will take place three times a week as of March 29.

Yesterday Turkish Airlines already launched its daily Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen-Jeddah and Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen-Riyadh service as of March 27.

Daily Ankara Esenboga-Medina flights also started this week.

From Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Turkish Airlines currently operates 21 weekly flights to Jeddah and 14 flights a week to both Medina and Riyadh.

Turkish Airlines will also operate 10 flights a week (14 as of June) from Istanbul Ataturk Airport and daily flights from Istanbul to Dammam.

Turkish Airlines’ total number of destinations in Saudi Arabia is seven, with daily service from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to Yanbu, five flights a week from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to Al Qassim, and three flights a week from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to Taif.

Last Mod: 29 Mart 2016, 09:19
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