Turkish Airlines to fly from Istanbul to Melbourne via Singapore

Turkish Airlines will launch Istanbul-Australia services via Singapore from March 15.

The thrice-weekly flights will include a 1.5-hour stopover at Changi Airport without the need to change aircraft.

Turkish Airlines will operate services from Istanbul to Melbourne via Singapore from March 15

The flights will be operated on the 300-seat Boeing 787-9 passenger jets, before switching to 329-seat Airbus A350-900 planes from April.

As the only European airline to operate flights to Melbourne Airport, Turkish Airlines has plans to make this a daily service in the future.

Turkish Airlines will become the sixth carrier to fly between Singapore and Melbourne, joining Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Qantas and Jetstar.

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