Turkish Airlines to launch 14th route to Germany

Airline starts new routes to Germany and Austria
Turkish Airlines is launching flights to Graz in Austria and Baden-Baden in Germany. The flights, which stopover in Istanbul for those travelling to or from the Middle East, give passengers the chance to take a break there before continuing their journeys.
The Graz route, which started on June 22, is the airline’s third destination in Austria, joining Vienna and Salzburg. Flights are operated four times a week.
Meanwhile, joining Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Hannover, Koln, Bremen, Leipzig, Nurnberg, Friedrichshafen and Munster-Osnabruck, flights to Baden-Baden mark Turkish Airlines’ 14th destination in Germany.
The Istanbul-Baden-Baden flights will launch on June 30, also to be operated four times a week.


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