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Turkish Airlines added Mexico City and Cancún to its network

Posted 28 August 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has launched scheduled flights to Mexico City, the second biggest city of Latin America and capital of Mexico along with holiday favourite Cancún.

 

The flights to Mexico City and Cancún, the 18th and 19th destinations of Turkish Airlines in Americas, will be operated three days a week on Istanbul-Mexico City-Cancún route starting from August 21, 2019. With these flights, Turkish Airlines adds Mexico, the biggest country of Central America, to its flight network, thus offering a connectivity opportunity to a greater area from Istanbul Airport.

Turkish Airlines Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee M. İlker Aycı, said: “We continue to expand the borders of our flight network within the framework of our growth strategy. Following Bali, we are happy to be able to connect these two important cities of Americas to 125 countries around the world. From this day forth, our guests traveling to Mexico City and Cancún will be able to fly with the comfort of Turkish Airlines. We believe our new flights will strengthen the ties between Turkey and Mexico in every way.”

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