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Best time to book a flight to Turkey?
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20.       Elisa
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 31 May 2007 Thu 04:23 pm

Quoting mltm:

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting mltm:

I've just booked my flights from Alitalia. It's the cheapest I could find. (312 euros for two way France-Turkey)

Bought my ticket with them too. 283 euros for a round trip. It has a stopover in Milan, but the waiting times are very very reasonable, so it's definitely more than worth shopping around

Yes, it stops at Milan, but it's an occasion to see Milan. And I can wait a few hours for some hundreds of euros

Yeah, me too this time since I will be staying for a month. But if I'd only have 4-5 days, the idea of losing time at the airport would bug me you know.

21.       yuzu
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 31 May 2007 Thu 10:19 pm

22.       azade
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 31 May 2007 Thu 11:22 pm

It's not just around summer time the prices are high, it's also around special holidays (like christmas) and basically any time where many people want to travel. For that reason days like New Years Eve are exceptionally cheap - I flew from Denmark to Antalya for 40€!
For competative agencies prices are mainly regulated by demand.

23.       Mina_TR
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 03 Jun 2007 Sun 04:00 pm

Thanks again everyone,

Well I did went ahead and purchased my ticket through www.cheapair.com and they were by far the cheapest I have seen online since checking every airline possible that goes to Turkey, I paid $1194 USD for going to Istanbul from New York, Aug 1-13 on British Airways.

Now I can relax and not think about it until the day of my travel and concentrate on other things.

Take care everyone and Thanks again

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