Turkish Airlines to restore pre-pandemic EX-YU network


Turkish Airlines will resume flights between Istanbul and Dubrovnik this weekend, thus restoring its entire pre-pandemic destination network in the former Yugoslavia. Flights to the Croatian coast will resume on July 3 and run twice per week, each Wednesday and Saturday, with the Airbus A321 aircraft. The airline will operate a total of seventy flights between the two cities this summer (return service included) and has put 12.604 seats on sale. Services will continue into the winter.


  1. Anonymous13:33

    Nice to see they will be using the A321.


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