Flying to more countries than any other airline in the world, Turkish Airlines is constantly adding new flight destinations. The Kütahya and Maldives routes opened in November. Meanwhile flights to Sabha in southwest Libya are getting under way on December 2, and flights to the Kenyan city of Mombasa and to Kilimanjaro, one of Tanzania’s most visited regions, on December 4. Other new routes being added in December include Buenos Aires on the 11th, and the capital of Niger, Niamey, and the capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, on the 15th. Finally, flights to Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon, and Doula, its largest city, are starting on December 21.
FLY TURKISH ON PASSBOOK...
Turkish Airlines has become one of the first airlines to offer a mobile boarding pass. With the new app, which works on all iPhone/iPod devices running the iOS 6.0 or higher, passengers can proceed directly to the aircraft with no need for a paper boarding pass.
A MAGICAL LOOK AT GENOA
Mounted with contributions by Turkish Airlines and AnsaldoEnergia, the “Genoa, A Magical Look” photography exhibition is getting ready to welcome visitors at Beyoğlu Art Gallery, January 31 to February 23. Bearing witness to the cultural treasures of Genoa, the photographs in the Istanbul show also make reference to the historic relations between the two cities. The contributions of Turkish Airlines, which has been providing a direct connection between Istanbul and Genoa for a year now, further enhance the historic relations highlighted in the show