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Turkish Airlines continues to expand its network

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Europe’s best airline, Turkish Airlines, adds Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia to its growing network, as from 25th April.

thy-logo1012Already having the world's 4th largest flight network and flying to 221 flight destinations in 98 countries, Turkish Airlines continues to grow by adding flights to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Beginning April 25th, 2013, roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Kuala Lumpur will be operated 3 times per week on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Introductory round trip fares are available from Istanbul to Kuala Lumpur starting from 539 Euros (including taxes and fees).

Flights between the two cities will be increased to 4 times weekly with the addition of a Wednesday flight beginning June 17th.

Scheduled flight times are as follows;

Flight No.

Days

Departure

Arrival

TK060

Monday, Thursday, Saturday

Istanbul

01:15

Kuala Lumpur

16:50

TK061

Monday, Thursday, Saturday

Kuala Lumpur

23:15

Istanbul

05:35

All times are in LMT.

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