Fancy a free night at a top tier hotel in Istanbul? Turkish Airlines is offering free accommodation in Istanbul for passengers with round-trip tickets to Africa, Asia, the Far East and Middle East. Passengers have the opportunity to enjoy and explore Istanbul. The round-trip tickets will accord them free accommodation to stay in Turkey’s largest city. While there, they can take the chance to discover the rich culture and history that Istanbul has to offer. Not to mention the famous Turkish cuisine that will available throughout the city. Economy passengers can enjoy a single night’s stay in a 4 star hotel whilst Business class passengers can enjoy 2 night’s stay in a 5 star hotel.
Travelers can take advantage of this amazing offer on either the departing or return leg of the journey. Clients should simply send an application to the relevant country’s e-mail address at least 72 hours before the first flight.
Free accommodation will apply to return ticket holders who are flying to or from the UK from any of the following five UK airports – London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Manchester.
Commenting on the launch of the new stopover service, Turkish Airlines general manager, London, Celal Baykal, said: “It is with great pleasure that we are announcing our new initiative available for passengers with round trip tickets to Africa, Asia, Far East, Middle East destinations. Every year we see thousands of British travellers flying out to these destinations and we’re proud to offer people the opportunity to widen their world with Turkish Airlines and maximize their trip away with a free stopover in Istanbul.”
Passengers will be able to extend enjoy an extended trip experience to another destination at no extra cost. The airline currently flies to 268 destinations outside of its host country with the majority of these to the regions that will enable a free stopover. Turkish recently added Xi’an in China and Malabo in Equatorial Guinea to its list of operations.
Will you take advantage of the free stopover?