Turkish Airlines is adding seven new destinations this month from Istanbul to Buenos Aires, Sabha in Libya, Niamey in Niger, Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso, Yaounde and Douala in Cameroon, and Isfahan in Iran.

The carrier started operating four times weekly flights connecting Istanbul with Buenos Aires via Sao Paulo on 11 December.

It will also launch flights to Sabha on 13 December, while the Istanbul-Niamey-Ouagadougou route will begin on 15 December. Both services will be operated thrice weekly.

In addition, Turkish Airlines will launch its Istanbul-Yaounde-Douala route on 21 December, serving the route four times weekly.

The carrier's new twice weekly Isfahan route will begin on 20 December, complementing its existing Iranian services to Tehran, Tabriz, Mashhad and Shiraz.

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news