The company Turkish Airlines flies from Malaga airport to Vietnam starting next April; the route joins the four weekly flights from Barcelona and Madrid, all with a stopover in Istanbul. From this month the company will also fly from Valencia.
These new routes, together with the recently inaugurated at Dhaka (Bangladesh) or Guangzhou and the already consolidated routes to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, Turkish Airlines reinforces flights to Southeast Asia, an increasingly emerging destination, according to the airline, “not only regarding tourism but also as an international business centre.”
In fact, Turkish Airlines soon will also open a new route to Manila. All these routes add to the 171 international destinations of the company, which in 2009 became the fourth largest in Europe.