Turkish Airlines expands its African network with new service to Conakry

Turkish Airlines expands its African network with new service to Conakry

Jan 21, 2017: Istanbul based carrier Turkish Airlines has added new destination Conakry, the capital city of Republic of Guinea, to its African network.

The airline will be flying to Conakry from January 30 and will be the 51st destination served in the continent.

Conakry will be 296th destination in 120 country that to be served by the national flag carrier.

Roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Conakry will be operated 2 times per week on Mondays, and Thursdays in both directions.

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