Turkish Airlines to deploy A330 to Skopje and Podgorica

Turkish Airlines will utilise its wide-body Airbus A330-200/-300 aircraft on flights from Istanbul to Skopje and Podgorica next Monday to cater for the additional demand generated by the Eid al-Adha holiday, which this year runs from Thursday until Monday. 

The 289-seat A330-300, featuring 28 seats in business class and the remaining 261 in economy, will be dispatched on the Monday evening service to Skopje, while both the morning and afternoon flights to Podgorica will be run by the 250-seat A330-200 jet. An additional afternoon flight to the Montenegrin capital, to be operated by the A321 aircraft, has been scheduled for next Monday as well. Eid al-Adha is the second of the two Eid holidays and is celebrated by Muslims worldwide.

SOURCE: Ex-Yu Aviation


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