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Turkish Airlines increases frequency on Moscow-Antalya route

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

thy tailsTurkey’s flag carrier, Turkish Airlines announced its Moscow-Antalya flights have been increased to 7 frequencies per week. The change came into effect on March 26, 2017. The Turkish carrier was flying two weekly flights. The global carrier also offers an early reservation campaign in this regard.

Offered round trip fares are available on Moscow-Antalya route starting from 219 Euros (including taxes and fees).

For passengers interested in this offer, available on flights from Moscow, have to purchase their tickets until 5th April, 2017, to be used until 24th April, 2017.

Mentioned round-trip fares, available on Turkish Airlines official website, are all-included and subject to conditions and availabilities. Fares may vary at Turkish Airlines sales offices and travel agencies.

Flight details;

Flight No. Days Departure Arrival
TK 211 Daily Antalya 22:20 Moscow 01:45
TK 212 Daily Moscow 02:45 Antalya 06:10

All times are in LMT.

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