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Turkish Airlines begins service to Aqaba, Jordan

Posted 30 April 2013 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines, the national carrier of Turkey, has started flying to Aqaba, Jordan as its 221st destination, connecting Middle East travellers to the largest country network for any airline in the world.

Turkish Airlines currently operates flights from Istanbul to Aqaba three times a week, the second destination for the airline in Jordan, where operations currently exist to the capital city of Amman.

The flights from Aqaba to Istanbul (TK819) depart every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 04.45 LMT to reach Istanbul at 07.15 LMT.

The introductory round trip fares available from Istanbul to Aqaba start at 90 JOD ($130), including taxes and fees.

Turkish Airlines recently announced Houston, the airline’s fifth city in America, as its 220th destination and remains the only airline, which provides four-star service quality across all service-classes in Europe.

 

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