National flag carrier to operate with extra 427 flights on July 16-25 to meet domestic demand
Turkish Airlines, the country’s flag carrier, has added additional flights to meet domestic demand for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of the Sacrifice, which falls next week.
Turkish Airlines announced in a statement that it will add 427 domestic flights starting Friday through July 25.
Amid rising interest in holidays with the normalization process from the pandemic, the company said the additional flights will depart from the country’s most popular airports Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city by population, the capital Ankara, and the northwestern provinces of Bursa and Kocaeli to 30 airports around the country.
Turkish Airlines currently operates flights to 254 destinations in 100 countries.