There is a sweetheart of a deal from Turkish Airlines to celebrate Valentine’s Day – but this is a limited time offer! Air fare from just $599 pp from Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Washington DC to Istanbul at a savings of about 25%. Surprise your significant other with the trip of a lifetime!
This year, skip the traditional roses and dinner and take your significant other across the ocean for an unforgettable Valentine’s Day in one of the world’s top destinations – Turkey.
Beginning January 13, 2012, Turkish Airlines, the fastest growing airline in the world and voted the top airline in Europe, is offering incredibly low airfares to exotic Istanbul for two people for just $599 per person round trip, including taxes – which is approximately a 25% savings from regular fares.
Travelers must book the Valentine’s Day special economy class fare between January 13 and January 23 for outbound travel between February 1 and February 29. The promotion is being offered from Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C on non-stop flights to Istanbul.
The romantic intrigue of Istanbul coupled with one of the lowest fares offered by one of the best carriers in the world makes for a gift that can’t be topped. From the moment couples step aboard the plane, they will be pampered and treated with unconditional customer service. Turkish Airlines offers three cabin options (including Business Class with lie-flat seats), gourmet cuisine – premium economy class dining experience is comparable to business class in the U.S. – and personal in-flight entertainment systems, giving passengers a unique, enjoyable experience at an incomparable value.
Living up to its motto, Turkish Airlines is making the most romantic holiday of the year Globally Yours. More information on Turkish Airlines and a full list of cities that are part of the special fare promotion can be found at turkishairlines.com.
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