Turkish Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary, AnadoluJet, has outlined plans for the introduction of a further three routes to the former Yugoslavia.
In addition to its planned flights from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sarajevo and Pristina, as well as from Antalya to Skopje, the airline will also introduce flights from Antalya to Sarajevo, as well as from Bodrum to Sarajevo and Pristina.
Flights between Antalya and Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital will start on May 19 and initially run three times per week, before increasing to daily from June 29. On the other hand, flights from Bodrum to Sarajevo will be twice per week from June 7, while flights to Pristina will be once per week starting June 19. More destinations are expected to be added in the coming period.
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