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Turkish Airlines, which is already flying to 49 destinations in Africa, has added Zanzibar to its extensive flight network. This brings to 293 the total number of destinations that the airline serves worldwide and raise to 50 destinations in 31 African countries.
Turkish Airlines would now serve 244 international destinations with the addition of Zanzibar, which is known for its spices. Users of the airline would now be able to enjoy the new routes that include 20 city destinations around the world such as Frankfurt, Muscat, Munchen, Dubai, Paris, London, Milano, Amsterdam, Zurich, India, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Rome, Brussels, Berlin, Vienna, Hamburg, Tel-Aviv, Düsseldorf, and Prague.
The first flight would be operated on Tuesday, December 13, with passengers departing from Istanbul at 00:30 on board TK567 arriving at 09:30, with a return service on TK567 departing from Zanzibar at 10:25 to arrive in Istanbul at 17:45.
Istanbul – Kilimanjaro – Zanzibar – Istanbul (IST-JRO-ZNZ-IST) flights are planned to be operated three times a week.