Turkish Airlines African Destinations in 2012

The Turkish Airlines African Destinations in 2012. The Turkish Airlines has been increasingly expanding its African presence and destinations in congruence with Turkish government's diplomatic offensive on the continent that will see Turkey opening embassies in 95% of African nations, restoring old ties and influence in North African countries, particularly in Libya. This year, Turkish Airlines will launch flights to the Libyan city of Misurata and Kigali in Rwanda. The Turkish Airlines African destinations in 2012 will be as follows:

Istanbul-Nairobi
Istanbul- Addis Ababa
Istanbul-Cape Town
Istanbul-Lagos
Istanbul-Dakar
Istanbul-Cairo
Istanbul-Alexandria
Istanbul-Benghazi
Istanbul-Misurata
Istanbul-Tripoli
Istanbul-Algiers
Istanbul-Casablanca
Istanbul-Khartoum
Istanbul-Tunis
Istanbul-Dar es Salaam
Istanbul-Kampala
Istanbul-Johannesburg

More information to be updated soon on weekly flight schedules and stop overs.


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  1. My restlessness makes me a far better day-to-day traveler than he will ever be. I am infinitely curious and almost infinitely patient with mishaps, discomforts, and minor disasters. So I can go anywhere on the planet—that’s not a problem. The problem is that I just can’t live anywhere on the planet.


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