Turkey's national air carrier Turkish Airlines (THY) will include France's southeastern coast city of Marseille, Romania's Black Sea coast city of Constanta, Estonian capital Tallinn, Lithuanian capital Vilnius and Luxembourg into its flight network in June. As of June 3, THY began flying to Saudi Arabia's Al-Qassim province. According to information released from THY's press office on Monday that Turkish Airlines which has the fourth largest flight network in the world will fly to new destinations. THY will fly to its fifth French destination, to Marseille four times a week from June 4. The second Romanian destination was decided as Constanta, and from June 7 onwards, THY will fly three times a week. Moreover, flights to Tallinn and Vilnius will kick off on June 11 and THY planes will take off to these two destinations three times a week as well. Meanwhile, Luxembourg flights are planned to take place four times a week from June 25 onwards.
THY to fly 6 new destinations
THY will start flying to six new destinations in June.
03 Haziran 2013 Pazartesi 12:37