Turkish Airlines announced the flight frequency increase on Istanbul - Lviv (LWO) - Istanbul route.

Turkey's national carrier will increase frequency to 10 weekly flights as of October 28, 2018.

Flight Number 

Start

End 

Days

Departure

Destination 

TK 441

28.Oct.2018

30.Mar.2019

1.34.67

IST     05:10

LWO   07:10

TK 442

28.Oct.2018

30.Mar.2019

1.34.67

LWO   08:05

IST      10:10

TK 443

28.Oct.2018

29.Mar.2019

12.45.7

IST      16:25

LWO    18:25

TK 444

28.Oct.2018

29.Mar.2019

12.45.7

LWO    19:20

IST      21:30

* All times are in UTC

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