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Turkish Airlines launches attractive fares To USA and Canada from Kuwait
September 3, 2014, 12:16 pm

Turkish Airlines, Europe’s Best Airline*, has announced incredible round trip airfares to eight cities in North America as part of a new campaign to promote the global carrier’s connections from Kuwait and the wider Gulf.

Building on the continued passenger growth achieved by Turkish Airlines from Kuwait the promotional fares have been launched for advance bookings to North America over the winter months to Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, Boston, Toronto and Montreal.

Adem Ceylan, Vice President Marketing & Sales for Turkish Airlines in Middle East & Cyprus, said: “Our ‘Widen your world’ motto invites passengers to explore new horizons by taking advantage of our connections to more countries than any other airline. Istanbul has fast become a major hub stop over for international flights, connecting the entire world, as well as Europe to Asia, with our hub providing convenient and competitively priced connections to the Americas.”

Return flights start from as low as 253 KWD, inclusive of all taxes, from Kuwait City to New York City, via Istanbul. The promotional return airfares can be booked from now until 30 September 2014, for travel to and from the eight cities between 1 November 2014 and 31 March 2015.

Travellers with stop overs of more than six hours in Istanbul can enjoy the free ‘Touristanbul’ service to discover the incredible city. Business class passengers can experience the state-of-the art ‘Lounge Istanbul’ at Ataturk International Airport featuring award winning cuisine, a cinema, children’s playground, library, billiards area, prayer room, teleconference section and relaxation facilities.

Turkish Airlines connects travellers to 260 destinations across 108 countries.  To take advantage of the limited offers travellers can book and view flight schedules through the website or visit any Turkish Airlines sales office.

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