Turkish Airlines has announced the addition of Krasnodar to its global network. In addition to serving as the carrier’s 303rd destination, Krasnodar has also become the 10th destination offered by the airline into Russia.
Scheduled to be operated five times per week in both directions, the route's round-trip fares are expected to start at $280, including all taxes and fees.
Commenting on the announcement, Ahmet Olmustur, chief marketing officer of Turkish Airlines, said: ‘’Turkish Airlines flying to the most countries of the world; continues to work on growth plans by adding new aircraft to its fleet and expanding its flight network.
He added: “With the flights that we launched to Krasnodar, we have presented Turkish Airlines quality and service concept to this beautiful city. We will operate direct flights to Krasnodar from İstanbul 5 times a week in both directions. So, we are glad to launch flights to Krasnodar which has become the 10th destination in Russia’’.
Flight TK 485 will depart Istanbul Ataturk Airport at 01:10 and will arrive at Krasnodar International Airport at 03:05 local. The return flight, TK 486, will depart at 04:30 and land back at Istanbul Ataturk Airport at 06:35 local.