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Basra Special Offer / Departure City : Birmingham

All Inclusive

Departure Arrival Days Special Offer
Birmingham / Birmingham Airport Basra / Basra Airport
All flight days
326 GBP

Basra : Term for Special Offer

  • Departure Period: :

    12 March 2015 - 30 November 2015

    This promotion isn't valid between these dates : 24 March 2015-03 April 2015 & 22 May 2015-24 May 2015 & 15 July 2015-15 August 2015 & 26 September 2015-28 September 2015 & 23 October 2015-25 October 2015

  • Purchasing Period:

    12 March 2015 - 09 April 2015

  • Advance Purchase :

    Special price is available only within 4 day(s) before departure.

  • Advance Ticketing :

    Tickets must be purchased within 1 day(s) after making your reservation.

  • Minimum Stay :

    3 day(s) or Sunday (Return must start after 12:00 am on the first Sunday.)

  • Maximum Stay :

    3 month(s)

  • Special offer is all inclusive (all taxes, fees and surcharges ) and subject to availability (due to limited seat capacity)
  • Special offer may change subject to currency fluctuation.
  • Rebooking, cancellation and refund terms is subject to class of ticket.
  • Turkish Airlines can change conditions of promotion
  • Other restrictions may apply depending on route and travel dates.
  • Basra For further information/assistance please go to Turkish Airlines Sales Office or Call +90 212 4440849
Route Map: Birmingham – Basra Flight

City Guide : Basra

The second largest city of Iraq, Basrah is a settlement which Umar ibn al-Khattab formed for military purposes. Afterwards, it became the only harbour where Arab merchant ships transporting freight to Far East Asia took of from. Starting from the end of the 19th century, life in the city began revolving around petroleum. Most of the Iraqi petroleum is distributed to the world through the terminal located in Basrah. Petrochemical industry holds a significant place in the economy of the city and country, although it is in second place overall.

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  • Tourist Attractions

    Al-Ashar is an old center of commerce with marketplaces and shopping centers. Al-Maq’il region containing the harbour and modern living spaces is where residential areas were located in the past as well. The historical houses of Basrah are worth a visit.

    The island of Sinbad, a hero from One Thousand and One Nights, is also located in Basrah. This small island is right in the middle of Shatt al-Arab where the rivers Euphrates and Tigris confluence. You can reach the island, among places to see, through Khalid Bridge.

    Palm tree forests present a beautiful view on the shore of Shatt al-Arab. The trees are especially condensed in the Abu Al-Khasib region. Corniche Street stretches from Lion of Babylon Square to the four palaces along the shore of Shatt al-Arab. Remains of the house of poet Badr Shakir al-Sayyab  are also for you to see here. In the city center, there is a statue of the poet, erected in 1972.

    Sayyid al-Musawi Mosque, also called Mosque of the Children of Amer, is one of the religious structures to see in the city center. There is a Latin church on 14th July Street as well.
  • Culture & Entertainment

    Basrah Museum is at the top of places to see. Pieces from Sumerian, Babylonian, and Islamic civilizations are on display here.

    The Museum for Martyrs documents the pain endured during the Iran-Iraq war. The Museum for Martyrs stands as a case in point of a time period when human life was thought nothing of, though from an Iraqi perspective only.

    The amusement park called Basrah Land provides young people thrilling times with with giant rides and games. Akhora, on Basrah Street, is one of the oldest park of the city. The sports complex called Basrah Sports City is going to be the largest one of its kind in the Middle East.
  • Food & Drink

    The Cuisine of Basrah has a lot in common with the Anatolian cuisine. The dominant cuisine in Basrah is diversified by not only Arabic dishes but also those of Sumerians, Assyrians, Babylonians, and Persians.Poultry and seafood as well as red meat are used in dishes. Spicy kabobs, many different kinds of cooked rice –pilaf-, vegetables, and fruits are served within the same meal. Every meal includes yoghurt as a sauce and katik –a type of bread unique to Basrah. Tea is served after every single meal.
  • Shopping

    Bazaar in the Al-Ashar region maintains its commercial activities, although not as much compared to the past, due to wars. Basrah Mosque is, in fact, the first mosque built outside of the Arabian Peninsula.

    Amogaiz, also called the Indian Market, is perhaps the busiest marketplace in Basrah. It was named as such, because of the Indian merchants who came to Basrah in the beginning of the last century. The bazaar by the name of Hanna-Sheikh –one of  the oldest and most influential families of Basrah-is another historical spots for shopping.

Ticket Sales Offices : Basra

Sales Office
Phone 00964 780 911 44 72
780 070 51 94
Work Hours

09:00 - 19:30 Fridays are holiday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday

TK Airport Office
Address Turkish Airlines Basra İnternational Airport
Phone 00964 780 00 10 880
Work Hours  
  • Basra : Airport Information

    Basra Airport

    Address : Basrah International Airport PO Box 23006, Basrah, Iraq
    Phone : +964 (0)40 886 3999
  • Basra : Airport Map Information

Basra Hotels

Basra Info

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All for the Year Monthly Averages
Area : 181 km2
Population : 1 914 205
Monetary Unit : Iraqi dinar
Phone Code : +964 - 40
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