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Turkish Airlines will Fly from Istanbul to Krasnodar
24.02.2018 00:07
Turkish Airlines will Fly from Istanbul to Krasnodar
(Source: http://aa.com.tr/ru)

Turkish Airlines plans to open a regular flight from Istanbul to Krasnodar International Airport in May.

      
The first flight is planned on  May 7, 2018. Flights will be operated on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Departure from Istanbul at 1:10, arrival in Krasnodar at 3:05. The return flight will depart at 4:30 and arrive at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul at 6:35.

      
The airline will operate flights on A319 aircraft with a capacity of 132 passengers. 

      


      

 




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