The airline strengthens the connection and relaxes international travel protocols in response to growing customer needs with high travel hopes. Additional flights will provide customers with greater flexibility.
Currently, Turkish Airlines has three daily flights from Dubai to Istanbul Airport, which starts this month and increase to four daily flights, with three weeks of flights to Anadolujet-operated Sabiha Gokcen Airport. The flight will depart from TK765 Dubai (DXB) at 16:00, and the flight will depart from TK764 Istanbul at 08:15 pm.
The daily flights from Abu Dhabi to Istanbul Airport will increase to ten weekly flights from October 2022. The flight will depart from Abu Dhabi on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 07:55 pm. The flight will depart Istanbul at 01:20 on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Flag Carrier Airlines will resume Sharjah flights with three-week flights on October 3. Anatolujet currently flies from Sharjah to Sharjah with four weeks of flights.
The flight will depart from Sharjah Airport on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 07:40 pm, while the flight will depart from TK754 Istanbul Airport to Sharjah on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 01:15 pm.
With these additional frequencies, the total flight number from the UAE increases to 48 weekly flights, allowing more access and a more free travel experience for passengers. The airline recently celebrated its 40th anniversary of flying to the United Arab Emirates and hopes that the aviation industry will be aware of the impact of climate change and will help reduce the carbon footprint of its customers and operations.