Turkish Airlines increases Dublin capacity boosts frequency

                                                                      


Turkish Airlines has announced with effect 1st of February 2021 they will start operating their flights with Airbus A330-200 aircraft on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays on the Dublin to Istanbul route.

The carrier will increase frequency from 4 flights to 5 flights per week as of 14 February and from 17 March (St Patrick's Day) to 6 flights per week and from 6 April a daily service.

They also operate a weekly freight only flight operated by a Boeing 777-300(ER) to Dublin on Fridays.

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