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Turkish Airlines commences flights to Sharjah

Posted 15 April 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has now started scheduled flights to Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

 

As Turkish Airlines’ third flight destination in the UAE after Abu Dhabi and Dubai, flights to Sharjah will be conducted on the Istanbul-Sharjah-Istanbul route.

Turkish Airlines chief marketing officer (CMO) Ahmet Olmuştur, said: “With Istanbul Airport, a new era has begun for Turkish aviation and tourism sectors. With having such a monumental facility as our home base, now we have an unmatched advantage to further accelerate our network expansion performance. As part of this performance, today we are highly pleased to add Sharjah as our third destination in the United Arab Emirates after Abu Dhabi and Dubai to ever-expanding flight network of Turkish Airlines.”

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