Turkish Airlines begins service to Denver

A350-900 Turkish Airlines
Turkish Airlines increased its network to 14 destinations in the United States by starting non-stop flights between Istanbul and Denver, the International Airport’s longest flight. With this new service, the airline’s network reaches 347 destinations worldwide.
On June 11, flight TK201 was operated by a Boeing 777-300ER registered TC-LJE, which took off from Istanbul Airport at 12:59 local time and landed at Denver International Airport at 15:47, after eleven hours and 47 minutes.
In addition to Turkish Airlines’ new service, airlines also providing European service include British Airways from London-Heathrow, Lufthansa from Frankfurt and Munich, Air France from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Icelandair from Reykjavik, Aer Lingus from Dublin, Edelweiss from Zurich and United Airlines to London-Heathrow, Frankfurt and Munich.

Flight schedule

  • Istanbul – Denver Flight TK201 IST 13:55 – DEN 17:40 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
  • Denver – Istanbul Flight TK202 DEN 19:35 – IST 16:25+1 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Flights are operated on Airbus A350-900 aircraft. They can connect to other destinations in the airline’s network in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent,
Turkish Airlines also offers non-stop flights in the United States to Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Dallas/Fort Worth, Newark, Washington-Dulles, Houston-Intercontinental, New York-JFK, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago O’Hare, Seattle-Tacoma and San Francisco.

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