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Turkish Airlines to commence flights to Freetown

Posted 26 February 2018 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has started flights to Freetown. It is its 52nd destination in Africa.

The new direct flights to Freetown (Sierra Leone) also bring the total countries and destinations that reached by the flag carrier to 121, and 301, respectively.

Beginning from February 24th, 2018 Turkish Airlines will operate its Freetown flights two times per week on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The services will be providing a link between Istanbul Atatürk International Airport and the Lungi International Airport via Ouagadougou.

 

 

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