Istanbul flights from $938 return

Alex Keshen 20 October 2017 NEWS

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Fly to Turkey in comfort with 5-star airlines.

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Take off to Turkey from as low as $935 return with these fares we found on Skyscanner.

Flights to Istanbul are available during February and March, with the cheapest fares being available from Canberra.

Depending on which city you're departing from, you'll be flying with either Etihad, Qatar, Qantas or Singapore Airlines.

If you want to time your Turkey trip with ANZAC Day, you can also travel in April for as little as $100 more.

We found these flights through Skyscanner which you can book through the links below and find the cheapest dates using the pricing calendar.

These flights don't seem to be part of a bigger sale and could sell out at any moment, so we'd recommend booking as soon as possible.

FromToDatesAirlinePriceBook
CanberraIstanbulFebruary and March 2018Qatar Airways$939 returnGet your flight now
PerthIstanbulNovember 2017Etihad Airways$956 returnGet your flight now
AdelaideIstanbulMay and June 2018Singapore Airlinenes$974 returnGet your flight now
BrisbaneIstanbulNovember and December 2017Qantas/Qatar Airways$1,001 returnGet your flight now
MelbourneIstanbulMay and June 2018Singapore Airlines$1,010 returnGet your flight now
SydneyIstanbulJanuary 2018 - March 2018Qatar Airways$1,037 returnGet your flight now


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