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Turkish Airlines starts flights to Indonesia

4 Sep 2009 by Sara Turner

Turkey’s national airline has started flying to Jakarta, its first Indonesian destination.

Flights depart Istanbul Ataturk airport five times weekly, on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 23:20, arriving in Jakarta at 17:25. The return flight leaves Jakarta on the same days at 19:15, arriving into Istanbul at 05:40.

Turkish Airlines is offering through fares from London Heathrow, London Stansted, Birmingham and Manchester airports, making the airline a viable option for passengers flying between the UK and Jakarta.

Currently, other airlines flying between the UK and Jakarta include Qatar Airways, with connections via Doha, plus Cathay Pacific, with connections via Hong Kong, Emirates, connecting via Dubai, and Etihad, via Abu Dhabi.

The Indonesian capital is Turkish Airlines’ 119th destination.

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Report by Sara Turner

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