Turkish Airlines (THY) offers citizens of the Republic of Turkey the opportunity to travel to many destinations in Eastern Europe and the Balkans, including cities that do not require a visa or passport, at campaign prices.
According to the statement made by the THY Press Office, the campaign, which is valid for a limited number of seats, will be applied to tickets purchased on 17-27 January.
Those who buy tickets on these dates will be able to fly to Bucharest, Constanta, Skopje and Pristina in the Balkans on 24 January-7 June with prices starting from $109, Sofia, Varna, Cluj, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Dubrovnik and Sarajevo with prices starting from $119, to Belgrade and Chisinau at $129, to Podgorica $139, to Tbilisi in the Caucasus starting from $129, Batumi with prices starting from $119, to Baku from $199, to Ganja and Nakhchivan from $169, to Kharkiv, Mykolaiv and Zaporizhia in Ukraine from $129, to Odessa and Lviv from $139 and to Kiev from $159.
It will be possible to enter the Balkan cities of Belgrade, Podgorica, Pristina, Sarajevo and Skopje without a visa, and to Ukraine and Moldova without the need for a passport, only with an identity card.
Prices valid within the scope of the campaign are THY’s official website fees, but may vary at ticket offices and agencies.
Detailed information about the out-of-scope travel periods and the campaign can be obtained from the “www.turkishairlines.com” web address, the call center at 444 0 849 or the sales offices.
Source: Sabah / Translated by Irem Yildiz