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Turkish Airlines launches its first direct services to Zanzibar

Posted 14 December 2016 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has launched its direct flights between Istanbul and Zanzibar.

Ahmet Olmuştur, chief marketing officer at Turkish Airlines, said: “Turkish Airlines is proud to transport people around the globe to experience new cultures, share ideas and create memories that will stay with them for a lifetime. We are delighted to launch the new route to Zanzibar, a truly remarkable destination. We continually seek out opportunities to expand our network and look forward to welcoming our passengers on their way to Zanzibar, in the near future.”

Starting today, Zanzibar flights will operate three times per week, departing on  Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, in either both direction.

In addition, Miles&Smiles members will be able to earn 25% extra status miles when flying to Zanzibar, until the 12th June, 2017.

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