Turkish Airlines increase capacity at Manchester

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Turkish Airlines is increasing capacity at Manchester Airport (MAN/EGCC) on its service to Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport (IST/LTBA)

The airline will switch the 3-weekly TK1995 / TK1996 service from a Boeing 737 to an Airbus A330 for Summer 2018.

The switch happens on 4th June lasting until 14th September.

Turkish Airlines A330-200 seat around 290 passengers in a 2-class configuration offering not only increased capacity but widebody service to the route.

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