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Turkish Airlines launches flights to Zanzibar

Posted 4 December 2016 · Add Comment

Tanzania becomes Turkish Airlines' 50th destination in Africa with the brand new addition of three weekly return flights to Zanzibar.

Following the recent addition of Seychelles, Turkish Airlines is now adding Zanzibar to its flight network from December 13, 2016. This brings the total number of destinations that Europe’s best airline serves worldwide, to  293. The new addition will also raise the total to 50 destinations within 31 countries across Africa.

 

 

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