Turkish Airlines has added Krakow, one of Poland’s oldest cities, as its second destination in the country, following Warsaw. The additional city destination will provide GCC visitors more options when visiting Poland, as well as the option of experiencing Istanbul.
On a reciprocal basis, the flag carrier brand will fly Krakow flights with narrow-body aircraft three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Turkish Airlines customers can fly from Istanbul to Krakow and back for as little as 255 US dollars (tax included).
Recognized as a city of literature by UNESCO, Krakow traditionally stands out as the center of science, culture and art in Poland. Known as the heart of Poland due to its former capital status and witnessing many historical events, the city welcomes numerous local and foreign tourists each year.
On the new route, Turkish Airlines Chief Investment & Technology Officer Levent Konukçu stated: “As the airline flying to the more countries than any other in the world, we are glad to add Krakow, our second destination in Poland after Warsaw, to our flight network. With this route, our flag carrier has reached 343 destinations in 129 countries. We will operate 3 weekly reciprocal flights to Krakow, the historic former capital of Poland. We are connecting Krakow to the world with Turkish Airlines’ unique flight experience.”