Turkish Airlines boosts its presence in Bordeaux

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Turkish Airlines are increasing the number of flights between Bordeaux and Istanbul enabling travellers from the south-west of France to benefit from their vast network of international destinations.

Turkish Airlines fly to a larger number of countries than any other airline company in the world, taking travellers to more than 306 destinations in 124 countries on 5 continents. Via their hub in Istanbul, Turkish Airlines fly to popular destinations in Asia, such as Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Bali, to islands in the Indian Ocean, like Mauritius, Seychelles or the Maldives, and also to Africa.

From 31 March to 24 June, 5 weekly flights will be operated from Bordeaux to Istanbul. From June 25 to September 27, daily flights will be operated between the two airports.
Summer flight days between Bordeaux (BOD) and Istanbul (IST):

  • From 31 March to 24 June 2019: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
  • From 25 June to 27 September 2019: Daily
  • From 28 September to 27 October 2019: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

For winter, from 28 October 2019 to 25 March 2020, Turkish Airlines will be operating 4 flights weekly between Bordeaux and Istanbul.
Winter flight days between Bordeaux (BOD) and Istanbul (IST):

  • From 28 October to 25 March 2020: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

A hotel room, dinner and transfers from the airport are provided by Turkish Airlines free of charge for transit passengers with long stop-overs, enabling them to visit Istanbul’s cultural landmarks by bus with a tour guide.

Istanbul’s new airport will be totally operational in early April. This major international hub will be home to Turkish Airlines and will place Istanbul at the centre of world of aviation and travel. Thanks to its strategic location at the crossroads between East and West, this new airport represents enormous potential for the Turkish airline company and the world’s aeronautics industry. As a result, once the whole transfer operation is over, it will welcome 200 million passengers per year.

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