Dubrovnik has been highlighted in the November edition of the Turkish Airlines in-flight magazine “Skylife.” The article entitled “Time stands still in Dubrovnik,” over eight pages in the magazine, and in both Turkish and English, will be placed on 330 aircraft serving 296 destinations in 116 countries around the world.
Turkish Airlines is one of the few international airlines that have continued flying to Dubrovnik through the winter period, along with British Airways from London. The Turkish national carrier connects Dubrovnik with Istanbul. The article describes the delights of Dubrovnik throughout the winter period, including the Dubrovnik Winter Festival.
300,000 copies of the magazine have been printed and with over six million passengers a month travelling on Turkish Airlines it will be great publicity for Dubrovnik. The airline has even offered a special return price of 109 Euros, from the 28th of November to the 19th of December.
“Whole-year flight Istanbul-Dubrovnik is Dubrovnik tourism is important not only for Turkish tourists who come to Dubrovnik, but mostly because tourists from the Middle and Far East which is Istanbul transfer through airport coming from Japan, South Korea, China, India, and the United States and Canada,” announced the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.