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Turkish Airlines announces Special Program for student fliers

Turkish Airlines announces Special Program for student fliers

Travelers can also reach destinations like London, Birmingham and Manchester in UK by paying a modest amount of INR 18,275.

» Campaigns | Friday, July 22, 2011 • Air News Times
Turkish Airlines announces yet another enticing program exclusively for its student fliers called the ‘Special Student Program’. This extraordinary program entitles students to a discount of 15% on all flights to destinations in South and North America, Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Furthermore, this program allows students a first free date change option thus enabling them to re-book tickets without any additional cost.

This exemplary offer stands valid for all student fliers until 31st March, 2012. Not only this, Turkish Airlines reinforces its commitment to provide the best to its customers by announcing for its student fliers a baggage allowance of 40kgs which is well beyond the industry standards.

Under this Program, students can also avail airfares as low as INR 36,125 to Tbilisi in Georgia and INR 18,275 to Kiev in Ukraine. Tickets to destinations like Chicago, New York and Los Angeles in USA are available for INR 34,445 while other destinations like Washington and Sao Paulo can be availed at INR 32,805 and INR 64,715 respectively.

Students can also fly to Toronto for prices as low as INR 32,805. Tickets to Amsterdam in Netherlands and Brussels in Belgium cost merely INR 18,850. Travelers can also reach destinations like London, Birmingham and Manchester in UK by paying a modest amount of INR 18,275.

Turkish Airlines is offering its customers prices and benefits like never before. The airline’s reasonable airfares and superior services make it evident that Turkish Airlines is speedily capturing the aviation market and will soon be among the top 10 airline companies worldwide.
 
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