Turkish Airlines start flights to Lima, Peru

Turkish Airlines is planning to start flights to Lima and turn the Jorge Chavez International Airport into its second hub in the region, according to the Turkish Ambassador to Lima, Namik Güner Erpul.The mixed capitals company already serves the Istanbul-Sao Paulo route, with a stop in Dakar Senegal, and is currently evaluating the possibility of starting Sao Paulo Lima route.

The flight between Sao Paulo and Istanbul takes about 11 hours, while flight time between Sao Paulo and Lima would be about five hours, which will boost air traffic between the two countries,said Ambassador Güner Erpul.He said that at present there is a growing demand in his country about flights to Peru, since Peru is becoming a must in South America.

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