Turkish Airlines Resumes Istanbul to Tripoli Flights

Turkish Airlines Resumes Istanbul to Tripoli Flights
Turkish Airlines Resumes Istanbul to Tripoli Flights
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Written by Harry Johnson

Turkey’s flag carrier will operate flights to Tripoli three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

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Starting from March 28th, 2024, Turkish Airlines will resume flights to Tripoli, the capital of Libya. As the airline with the most extensive connections between Africa and global destinations, Turkish Airlines serves a total of 62 destinations across the African continent.

Turkish Airlines will provide air travel to Tripoli on a tri-weekly basis, specifically on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

During the inauguration ceremony at Mitiga International Airport, Turkish Airlines CEO Bilal Ekşi stated; “As Turkish Airlines, we feel the excitement of connecting continents, this time in Tripoli, the capital of Libya. We are delighted to start flights again to Libya, with which we have historical ties. We will continue to bring cultures together in Africa, as in many continents.”

Turkish Airlines, serving over 130 countries and 346 destinations, ensures seamless connectivity for its passengers by expanding its flight network to new destinations across the globe.

Scheduled Flight Times:

FLIGHT NO START END DAYS DEPARTURE ARRIVAL
TK  639 28/03/2024 28/03/2024 THU ISTANBUL 14.00 16.00 MITIGA
TK  640 28/03/2024 28/03/2024 THU MITIGA 18.00 22.20 ISTANBUL
TK  639 31/03/2024 24/10/2024 TUE, THU, SUN ISTANBUL 08.00 10.00 MITIGA
TK  640 31/03/2024 24/10/2024 TUE, THU, SUN MITIGA 12.00 16.20 ISTANBUL

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Harry Johnson has been the assignment editor for eTurboNews for mroe than 20 years. He lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is originally from Europe. He enjoys writing and covering the news.

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