The FINANCIAL — The new route from the Venice Marco Polo Airport to the Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport will open even more doors for Southern Europe to the rest of the world.
Turkish Airlines, the “Best European Airline” for the fifth year in a row, has recently announced that it will keep on reinforcing its presence in the Northeast of Italy, increasing the flight frequencies to Istanbul by offering a new route. As well as the already existing 24 weekly flights connecting the Venezia Marco Polo Airport to the Istanbul Atatürk Airport, from August 24th the air carrier inaugurates a new connection to the Sabiha Gökçen Airport, located in the Asian side of the city. This new flight will be operated daily, thus increasing to 31 the total number of weekly connections between Venice and Istanbul.
Turkish Airlines network is the 4th largest flight network in the world and includes 10 Italian cities; Rome, Milan, Venice, Bologna, Turin, Genoa, Naples, Catania, Pisa and the most recent addition Bari, according to Turkish Airlines.
With existing services to Amsterdam, Baku, Berlin, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Northern Cyprus, Frankfurt, Kiev, Kuwait, London, Milano, Munchen, Paris, Tbilisi, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Rome, Stuttgart, Köln (Cologne), Barcelona, Dammam, Erbil, and Bahrain, Turkish Airlines now adds flights to Venice as its 25th flight destination operated from/to Sabiha Gökçen International Airport.