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August 28, 2013

Everest is going to be closer to Spain

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Everest is going to be closer to Spain

The highest mountain in the world will soon much more visible and accessible from Spain. This will happen thanks to “Turkish Airlines”.

 

Airline begins working on a new route from Spain to the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu, from 1st September 2013. Thus, six Spanish cities, in which operates the Turkish company, will be connected with an Asian country, located at the foot of the Himalayan mountain range. Flights to Nepal will be introduced from Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Malaga, Bilbao and Santiago de Compostela, with the obligatory transfer in Istanbul, Turkish aviation center.

Nepal will be one more of the 104 countries in the already extensive list of the largest Turkish airline company, where her comfortable planes take the passengers.

Without a doubt, Nepal is amazing Asian country with its own unique customs and culture, located in the center of the continent and has on its small territory, except the highest mountain in the world Mount Everest, several architectural ensembles, declared World Heritage by Unesco.

In addition, “Turkish Airlines” company has introduced a new system by which passengers can check in via SMS messages, which greatly simplifies and speeds up the whole process. Passengers of 238 destinations in 104 countries, where Turkish Airlines planes fly, will be able to take advantage of the newest service.

The main aim of innovation is to save passengers time, simplify the registration process and avoid the long lines, so often occurred at airports.

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