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Turkish Airlines to Increase Dublin – Istanbul Frequency

From March 2013 Turkish Airlines will increase the number of weekly Dublin – Istanbul flights from seven to 10, with the introduction of new evening flights. On Mondays and Saturdays Turkish Airlines will fly twice daily from Dublin, thus offering new onward connections to Irish passengers.

The extra flights will improve connection times to destinations such as Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt), Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania), Sofia (Bulgaria), Bucharest (Romania), Chisinau (Moldova) and Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

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Cormac O’Connell, Head of Aviation Business Development, Dublin Airport Authority, and Murat Balandi, General Manager Ireland, Turkish Airlines, at the announcement of the increase in the Turkish Airlines service between Dublin and Istanbul

Turkish Airlines added a number of destinations to its schedule this year, including the Maldives, Sharm El Sheikh and Ganja, and will add Kilimanjaro and Kigali in 2013.

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