The airline offers the service for economy and business class passengers with a connection in Istanbul

Turkish Airlines has included Brazil in its stopover (extended connection) in Istanbul, Turkey. The program, which already covered flights from 44 countries, allows passengers, with international trips and long connections in Istanbul, to take advantage of the stopover to get to know the various attractions and wonders of the country.

stopover offers one night's accommodation in a 4-star hotel for economy class passengers and two nights' accommodation in a 5-star hotel for economy class passengers. business. In addition, passengers will also have the option of staying in contract hotels with prices starting at USD 49.

About the program, Turkish Airlines General Manager Bilal Ekşi said: “Our aim is to show Turkish hospitality and the unique wonders of Istanbul to our passengers who choose the service of the stopover, in addition to contributing to tourism in Turkey and increasing the number of passengers with Turkish Airlines connections. Passengers can also extend the duration of their free Turkish Airlines accommodation at discounted rates at selected hotels and discover even more of Istanbul.”

Passengers departing from Brazil to the following countries have access to the service: Lebanon, Israel, United Arab Emirates, Japan, India, China, Jordan, Egypt, Greece, Italy, France, Portugal, Croatia, Sarajevo, Tanzania, Kenya, Maldives, Seychelles, South Africa, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Russia. To have access to the benefit, it is necessary to send an email to the indicated address of the Turkish Airlines website, requesting the stopover after purchasing tickets.

The service is currently offered to passengers departing from the following countries: Algeria, Argentina Australia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil Canada, China, Colombia, Denmark, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, Ghana, Greece, Ireland, India, Iran, Italy, Ivory, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Panama, Pakistan, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia , Ukraine, United Kingdom and United States of America.

For more information about Turkish Airlines, visit I www.turkishairlines.co  and the website www.gvaticias.com.


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