Turkish Airlines New 40% Discount

by Abubakar Shoaib

Turkish Airlines has launched a new 40% discount for its international flights between April 1 to December 31, 2021, in a bid to get more people in the skies again.

The airline further stated that the offer is valid for all the ticket types of the flag carrier’s international flights purchased on January 13 to January 15, excluding the flights from/to Ercan Airport in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and the Chinese Mainland, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Xian.

About the Offer

The tickets purchased will be flexible. Passengers will be able to change the dates of tickets purchased under this offer free of charge. The refund and cancellation of the tickets will be subject to the fare classes’ rules, said the statement.

This offer will result in high sales of the airline and heavy cash inflow to the airline. The campaign is valid on one-way or round-trip flights in Economy and Business Class. The discount rate within the scope of the campaign is 40% and applied on base fare. Airport taxes, service charges, and fuel charges are not included in the discount.

Turkish Airline Success during Covid-19

Turkish Airlines was quick in adopting digital transformation and implementing various measures to protect people. The airline became the busiest airline after resuming flights in the second half of 2020. Turkish Airlines has done no layoffs due to the pandemic and took steps to strengthen the airline in the crisis. The airline managed to become the airline with the 5th most flights in the world. It was chosen as a “five-star global airline” by APEX and “Best Cargo Airline of the Europe” by Air Cargo News Awards 2020. Turkish Airlines become the company that cut costs and saved the most in Europe. According to their financial statements, European carriers lost ten times more than Turkish Airlines.

In early 2021, Turkish Airlines has a fantastic offer of a 40% discount. This is an amazing offer to avail. Will you be travelling in 2021? Let us know below!

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