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Turkish Airlines offers special fares to Istanbul

Turkish Airlines has announced special fares for flights to Istanbul from across the Middle East. Travelers from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Iraq, Lebanon, and Jordan can purchase tickets at discounted prices from today until October 27, 2016 to travel to Istanbul between October 17 and March 31.

Travelers from the Middle East, especially the GCC, have a choice of 786 weekly flights to Istanbul with prices starting from AED 1519 from Dubai, and 1089 SAR from Jeddah (including taxes and fees). From Kuwait tickets cost KD59, from Doha QR 980, from Bahrain BD99, and from Muscat 159 Omani riyals.

Istanbul offers a cool climate, numerous opportunities for sightseeing and shopping and excellent food options. The Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar are two of the biggest attractions of Istanbul.

You can go to the Turkish Airlines website for booking - and remember to download the Istanbul city guide on your Irhal app that is available on the App Store and the Google Playstore.

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