If you’ve always wanted to visit Turkey, but can’t afford the flights, now might be your chance.
AnadoluJet is launching international flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and Ankara Esenboğa airports on March 29, and the Turkish Airlines’ brand is holding a sale to celebrate.
There’ll be a limited number of seats available for flights from Bahrain between March 29 and October 24 priced at BHD1 before tax – all you need to do is book before March 1.
The airline is also offering up flights from Dubai from Dhs9, and from Barcelona, Berlin, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Moscow, Rome and Tbilisi from €1, too.
AnadoluJet started up in 2008 and has been running all of Turkish Airlines’ domestic flights since then, but is now expanding into international flights.
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