Turkish Airlines adds three African destinations

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Turkish Airlines will expand its African network with new services to Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Sabha in Libya.

The four times weekly Istanbul Atatürk-Kinshasa service will begin on 27 August, followed by the thrice weekly Istanbul-Sabha service on 2 September.

From 9 October, Sharm El Sheikh will be connected to Istanbul with the airline's four times weekly flights.

In addition to its three new African services, the Turkish flag carrier is also launching new flights to the Maldives on 24 November. That service will be operated five times a week.

According to Innovata schedules, Turkish Airlines will be the only carrier to operate on all of the above routes.