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Turkish Airlines Expands Global Network to 243 Destinations

Turkish Airlines Expands Global Network to 243 Destinations

Turkish Airlines continues to ‘Widen Your World’ with the addition of Kano in  Nigeria as its 242nd destination and N’djamena in Chad as the 243rd. Turkish Airlines now has a presence at 36 destinations in 25 African countries, making it one of the leading carriers to the continent.

Turkish Airlines A340-300

The second largest city of Nigeria, Kano is the airline’s second destination in Nigeria – with existing service to Lagos – while N’djamena, the capital and largest city of Chad, is Turksih Airline’s first destination in that country.

The Kano and N’djamena flights are operating four times per week.

Introductory trip fares are available from Istanbul to Kano starting at €499, and to N’djamena €549 (including taxes and fees). Additionally, for the first six months of service to the new destinations, Miles&Smiles members are offered a 25% reduction in the miles.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 52 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 42 years.

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