New daily flights from Sofia and Varna available now
The magic of Istanbul is closer than ever for passengers taking off from Bulgaria. Since March this year, Turkish Airlines have increased the frequency of flights from Bulgaria to Istanbul and they are now a total of 28 per week. The airline started 3 daily regular flights from Sofia to Istanbul and 1 daily flight from Varna to Istanbul. The new schedule allows passengers to travel to magnificent Istanbul from Sofia every day from 9:30 am, 3:25 pm, and 9:15 pm, and once a day from Varna. With the new frequency of the flights, all travel lovers can explore Istanbul and dive into its rich culture and historical treasures, and enjoy the pleasures of the divine Turkish cuisine while watching the sunsets over the Bosphorus.
From Istanbul Airport passengers are able to have convenient connections to 319 different destination that Turkish Airlines flies to. Recently airline launched to its new destinations as Dallas – Seattle – Vancouver in America region , Cebu – Urgench-Fergana-Turkistan in eastern region. Onboard, passengers will have the opportunity to enjoy excellent professional service in both economy and business class. “Our main goal is to offer our passengers the best possible flight choices. We strive to encourage them to explore different countries and cultures. We are preparing more surprises for all year round so our clients should stay tuned”, says Mehmet Gurkaynak, general manager for Bulgaria.
ABOUT TURKISH AIRLINES
Founded in 1933 with a fleet of 5 airplanes, today Turkish Airlines has 354 passenger and cargo planes and flies to 319 destinations, serving 269 international and 50 internal routes. Turkish Airlines is a member of Star Alliance – the first fully international airline association, established to provide access, recognition, and flawless service to each international passenger. The network of Star Alliance offers 18,800 daily flights to 1317 airports in 193 countries.
More information about the flights can be found at www.turkishairlines.com