Three rotations a day will operate from June 17, backed up by promotional campaign
Turkish Airlines will increase the frequency of its Istanbul to Dubai connection to three flights daily from June 17.
The new services will depart the UAE capital daily at 10.20am local and arrive in the European city at 2.00pm, with the return leg leaving at 8.40pm and arriving at 2.00am the next morning.
The services will be operated using one of Turkish Airlines’ fleet of over 150 widebody aircraft including the Boeing 777-300ER, Airbus A330-300 and 787-9, bringing a potential 350 extra seats per day on the route.
Turkish Airlines has launched a promotional campaign that will last until June 18 with economy seats starting at AED 1595 (£310) and AED 10775 (£2100) for business class during the campaign period.
Tickets are now available to purchase and, in a boost for passengers, those travelling from the UAE will not be required to submit a negative PCR test if they have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days before entry to Turkey.
However, customers who have not received their jabs will need a negative test up to three days in advance of their arrival.
The airline also recently launched its New York/Newark route starting flights on May 22 to become the tenth destination in the US for Turkish Airlines. This route joins other new destinations including Vancouver, Canada and Turkistan, Kazakhstan.