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Turkish Airlines adds Marrakech to its route network

Posted 17 April 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has added Marrakech to its flight network.

Marrakech becomes Turkish Airlines’ the second destination in Morocco while becoming its 308th destination globally. 

Starting yesterday, April 15th, Istanbul – Marrakech – Istanbul direct flights will be five days  a week.

Turkish Airlines chief marketing officer (CMO), Ahmet Olmuştur said: “With Istanbul Airport, a new era has begun in the global aviation. Our new operation center offers an important opportunity for us to develop our globally unparalleled flight network performance even further. Thus, we are working on new strategies to capitalize on this opportunity. Marrakech will always hold a special place for us as it is the first destination we added from our new home. We are happy to carry our passengers to this crimson city with our privileged travel experience.”

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