Italian airline firm launches Turkey flights

An Italian private airline company has launched flights between the Turkish city of Istanbul and the Italian city of Milan.

Italian airline firm launches Turkey flights

An Italian private airline company has launched flights between the Turkish city of Istanbul and the Italian city of Milan.

The Blu-Express Airlines started flying between Istanbul and Milan six days a week on Sunday.

The flights will be from Sabiha Gokcen International Airport on the Asian side of Istanbul to Milan Malpensa Airport.

"Blu-Express flights to Milan will strengthen trade ties between Turkey and Italy," Leonardo Scardigno, the trade attache at the Italian Consulate General in Istanbul, told a press conference at the airport on Tuesday.

Scardigno said Italy was Turkey's number five trade partner, and Italian businessmen were increasing investments in Turkey each passing year.

Tickets are sold at 44.99 Euros on the web-page of the company till April 1.

Promotion tickets are limited, and those who buy these tickets can fly from Istanbul to Milan between April 8 and June 30.

Blue-Express Airlines, a brand of Blu-Panorama private airline company, launched flights from Turkey to Rome, Italy in December 2009.


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Güncelleme Tarihi: 31 Mart 2010, 08:52

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