Bremen: Turkish Airlines increases frequencies

Turkish Airlines in Bremen (Photo: Bremen Airport).
Turkish Airlines in Bremen (Photo: Bremen Airport).

Bremen: Turkish Airlines increases frequencies

Turkish Airlines in Bremen (Photo: Bremen Airport).
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Starting this week, Turkish Airlines is offering travelers from Bremen the opportunity to fly to Istanbul twice a day. The managing director of Bremen Airport, Marc Cezanne, is delighted about this expansion of the flight schedule. Istanbul, a city on two continents, is not only rich in history and culture, but also an important international hub.

Turkish Airlines, which flies to most countries worldwide, now connects Bremen twice a day with Istanbul, the airline's home airport. From here, over 300 destinations in more than 100 countries can be reached. Travelers from Bremen can reach destinations such as Bangkok, Bali, Dubai, Singapore or Tokyo with just one change in Istanbul. The flights will depart daily at 20 a.m. and 2024:11 p.m. from June 18.25, XNUMX.

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