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Turkish Airlines announces special fares for winter holidays

Posted 11 December 2017 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has announced special fares to Turkey this winter.

Passengers from the Kuwait can now book a ticket directly to Atatürk for a price starting from KWD 79 and to Sabiha Gökçen Airport from KWD 69. Passengers can also travel to any other destinations within Turkey for an additional fee ranging from KWD 9  to 13, depending on the location.

The offer is valid for passengers booking a flight from now until 22nd of December as long as they are intending to travel during the period of 15th December, 2017 to 31st May,2018.

Turkey is also a known for skiing for anyone who is interested in winter sports, and travellers can take their ski equipment with them for free on Turkish Airlines.

Ski centers incldue: Uludag, Palandoken, Erciyes, and Kartal Kaya.

 

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