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Turkish Airlines adds Nigeria’s Port Harcourt to its flight network

Posted 26 June 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has added Port Harcourt, Nigeria, to its flight network as the global carrier’s 56th destination in Africa.

 

It will operate four weekly reciprocal flights between Istanbul and Port Harcourt.

During the press conference in International Port Harcourt Airport held for the inaugural flight, Turkish Airlines senior vice president of sales, Kerem Sarp said: “By starting our Port Harcourt flights, we added a new milestone to Turkish Airlines’ mission of growth in Africa. With Port Harcourt as our fourth destination in Nigeria, Turkish Airlines continues to be the bridge between cultures. We are happy to add Port Harcourt to our flight network, and enable our passengers in here to experience a seamless flight journey with Turkish Airlines privilege.”

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