Turkish Airlines to fly to Ukraine's Kharkiv
Turkish Airlines will begin operating flights from Istanbul to Ukraine’s Kharkiv -- an industrial, educational and cultural destination -- by the end of March, the national flag carrier said in a written statement on Thursday, according to Anadolu.
Kharkiv will be the airline's 296th worldwide destination and the seventh in Ukraine. Turkish Airlines already offers flights to six Ukrainian cities, including the capital Kyiv, Dnipro, Odesa, Zaporizhia, Lviv and Kherson, Anadolu reports.
Flights between Istanbul and Kharkiv will be four days a week -- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday -- at costs as low as $109 all-inclusive, starting on March 30.
Ukraine makes another step toward air travel liberalization with EUThe airline is planning flights to Kharkiv seven days a week, starting from May 30.
Turkey's flag carrier has over 330 aircraft and flies to 119 countries around the world to almost 300 destinations, more than any other airline, according to the company.