The management of Plovdiv airport and representatives of a low-cost Turkish airline have agreed on the launch of two regular flights per week from Istanbul to Plovdiv and from Plovdiv to Istanbul.
The airplanes will land at Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, where passengers can make a connection with the numerous flights to different destinations around the world, including Europe and Asia. The estimated cost of a one-way ticket is EUR 70. The first flight is planned for 21 January, 2023.
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