Turkish Airlines covers London Gatwick with Istanbul’s new airport

Turkish Airlines ensures parallel routes operating between the key cities of London and Istanbul, utilizing secondary airports on both sides if the flight.
By: TravelHouseUK
 
PADDINGTON, U.K. - May 15, 2013 - PRLog -- TravelhouseUK is facilitating competitive airline deals over the world alongside launching new routes as well as destinations for its clientele based in the UK. Business Traveller has reported that Turkish Airlines has increased access to Istanbul via a new route launched from London’s Gatwick Airport.

 Flights to Sabiha Gokcen International Airport( will primary benefit a new segment of potential travelers from the UK as well as Istanbul.

The airport is located much to the eastern side of Istanbul. The additional flights will also prove a new venture for growth of further air traffic owing to the congestive levels of travel demand between London and Istanbul, with Heathrow already attending numerous daily flights to the city.

 TravelHouseUK(http://www.TravelHouseUK.co.uk) has concerns with booking flights from every airport of the UK under major international air carriers. The agency is also covering a dedicated destination network for Turkish Airlines, with Flights to Entebbe, Singapore, Windhoek, Sharm el Sheikh and Taskent available for booking online as well as via calling the agents round the clock.

 Flights to the secondary airport of Istanbul have been launched on a frequency of 3 flights per week from London Gatwick. The frequency will be upgraded to become a daily service by the 1st of June. Turkish Airlines has allocated Boeing 737 800s for the route, which accommodates a little more than 150 passengers segregated between two class categories in its passenger cabin.  This will become the third daily flight heading to Istanbul from London Gatwick, with the other two daily flights already operative at Ataturk International Airport, the main aviation hub of Istanbul.

   Istanbul is centered between the coasts of the Sea of Marmara to the North, and the Black Sea to its South. The capital city of Turkey is edged much to the country’s European half, and bears complete signs of modernization. An expansive metropolitan district is clustered with towers reaching the skyline of the city, while a contrast prevails with major historical landmarks remaining preserved as institutions serving to date. It trends among one of the most happening destinations on a global scale, with both business and luxury air travelers booking throughout the year.

Turkish Airlines(http://www.travelhouseuk.co.uk/airlines/TK-turkish_airlin...) has established its main hub of operations at Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, the capital city. The airline is the flag carrier of the country and has a massive fleet tallying a total of 2017 aircraft, which is currently undergoing inductions for new models. It also serves a massive destination network with regard to its strategic position on the map, serving Europe, Middle East
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