Cape Town - Turkish Airlines
will be increasing flights to between Durban's King Shaka International Airport and Istanbul's Atatürk Airport come 31 October 2016, for the duration of the South African summer up until 25 March 2017.
The airline will increase Istanbul flights from four flights to five flights per week. During the same time last year, the airline increased operations from three to four flights per week.
This year, however, Turkish Airlines anticipates even greater demand, and has launched the fifth flight, operating on the following flight schedule:
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