- A Voice As Clear As Ice
- A romantic piece on Turkey
- Green Africa: Ethiopia
- The Future of ArchItecture
- Black Sea Mesopotamia: The Hittite Basin
- Smart, Aristoctratic, Cultured England
- Ramadan Splendor In Istanbul
- Two Cultures One Love
- They Must Be Extraterrestrials!
- Istanbul’s Daughter, İzmir’s Sister Thessal
- From Sirkeci To Yedikule Istanbul Through A Train Window
- Nature’s Fresh Herbs
- The Heart Of Istanbul Beats To Jazz
- Istanbul Rocks
- Friendship Stories
- In Praise Of Depression By Alptekin
- 20 Days 19 Performances
- Paradise On Video
- There’s A Museum At Zeugma Now!
- Antakya’s Crowning Glory: Daphne
- World Tour In Five Questions
- Heroes Invade San Diego
- The Tour De France
- The Anatolia Reportages By Yaşar Kemal
- Derviş Zaim’s Prague
- Three Books About Cities
- Land Of Minstrels
- Culture Cities Of The North
Croatiıa Opportunities On The Rise
THE EXİSTİNG BLOCKED SPARE CODESHARE AGREEMENT BETWEEN CROATİA AİRLİNES AND TURKİSH AİRLİNES HAS BEEN REVİSED AS OF JUNE 9, 2011, AS FREE SALE.
Under the new agreement, both airlines will be able to sell tickets on the IST-ZAG (reverse) route without seat restrictions. Thanks to the agreement, more flight alternatives can now be offered due to Croatia Airlines' new direct flights to Zagreb, where our Company already flies seven times a week. Croatia Airlines will also be able to use the TK code on tickets to Dubrovnik and Split, to which we do not have flights.
THREE AIRPORTS UNDER REPAIR
Three airports in Turkey are currently undergoing repairs. Adıyaman and Mardin Airports will be temporarily closed for runway work from June 15 to the end of the year, and Merzifon Airport from June 1 to September 1. Turkish Airlines' flights to these three cities have therefore been cancelled for the duration. Ticket sales will continue at all three airports' sales offices between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Passengers unable to travel due to the airport closures may obtain information from our sales offices on how to reach alternative airports.