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Turkish Airlines adds Republic of Congo’s Pointe-Noire to its flight network

Posted 1 August 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has added Republic of Congo’s second biggest city, Pointe-Noire to its flight network as its 58th destination in Africa. The carrier will operate three weekly flights to Pointe-Noire with a connection in Libreville.

 

Turkish Airlines senior vice president for sales, Kerem Sarp said: “With this inaugural Pointe-Noire flight, we increased our destinations to 58 in the continent of Africa. As the flag carrier of Turkey, we cement our position as the airline that flies to more destinations in Africa than any other airline in line with our growth strategy in this continent. Our new flights will offer new opportunities for us to increase our existing cultural connections in the Republic of Congo. We will continue to spread the Turkish hospitality and the continuous travel experience to a wider area in the future.”

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