Turkish Airlines adds new route to North African region

Starting on April 15th the direct flights will fly five days a week

Turkish Airlines now operates flghts to Marrakech five days a week
Turkish Airlines now operates flghts to Marrakech five days a week

Turkish Airlines has added Marrakech, Morocco to its flight network, the second destination in Morocco and its 308th destination globally.

The flight to the Moroccan city was the national flag carrier’s first inaugural flight from its new home in Istanbul, after the airline’s ‘Great Move’ that saw the transfer of all passenger operations to its new hub at Istanbul Airport,

Starting on April 15th, Istanbul – Marrakech – Istanbul direct flights will fly five days a week

Speaking about the inaugural flight, Turkish Airlines Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Ahmet Olmuştur said: “With Istanbul Airport, a new era has begun in global aviation. Our new operation centre offers an important opportunity for us to develop our globally unparalleled flight network performance even further.”

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