Turkish Airlines to launch to Aalborg-Billund

Istanbul-Aalborg-Billund flights scheduled to begin July 16

With Turkish Airlines already operating existing services to Copenhagen, the airline has now announced that it will add flights to both Aalborg and Billund in Denmark. The Istanbul-Aalborg-Billund flights are scheduled to begin on July 16, with introductory fares to Istanbul from €110, including taxes and surcharges. Flights in both directions will operate three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The Turkish national carrier has also announced that it will fly between Estonia and Turkey‘s best-known tourist destinations during the summer. There will be at least three flights a week, but information on exactly where and when are still unclear.
Turkish Airlines has an ambitious growth strategy with the aim of being part of the list of the world’s top 10 airlines within the next 11 years.
[pictured: Business Class onboard Turkish Airlines]


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