Turkish Airlines offers summer travel bargains

Turkish Airlines has launched its 2019 summer promotion for travelers departing from one of its nine U.S. gateways.

Flight deals depart from New York’s JFK airport, Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Chicago (ORD), Washington D.C. (IAD, BWI and DCA), Houston (IAH), Boston (BOS), Miami (MIA) or Atlanta (ATL) and offer travelers access to a range of destinations around the world.

Flight Destinations:
  • New York to Athens from $849
  • New York to Beirut from $899
  • Washington D.C to Nairobi from $949
  • Washington to Asmara from $1,138
  • Los Angeles to Tel Aviv from $1,059
  • Los Angeles to Cairo from $949
  • San Francisco to Amman from $999
  • San Francisco to Tashkent from $1,460
  • Chicago to Chișinău from $1,192
  • Chicago to Lviv from $1,099
  • Miami to Delhi from $861
  • Miami to Beirut from $989
  • Houston to Lahore from $1,010
  • Houston to Sofia from $1,157
  • Boston to Bucharest from $909
  • Boston to Tbilisi from $1,161
  • Atlanta to Dhaka from $1,030
  • Atlanta to Kiev from $959
Tickets must be booked by close of business April 14 for travel between May 16 and June 30. Some restrictions apply; additional details are available here.

Turkish Airlines has been accorded numerous honors, including being named Best Airline in Southern Europe and the No. 18 Best Airline in the World in the 2018 SKYTRAX World Airline Awards.

The carrier is in the midst of moving its home airport from Atatürk Airport (IST) to Istanbul Airport (ISL). All scheduled flights at Ataturk Airport will end on April 6 at 2 a.m., and any previously planned flights will continue from 14:00 (2 p.m.) onwards from Istanbul Airport on the same day.

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