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This page will help you find the transportation resources you need to help plan your trip.

The first part is International Travel organized by the continent of departure.

The second part is Travel Inside Turkey.

You may also want to visit our Tips page where fellow travelers share their travel experiences with you. There is a section dealing with transportation .

You can also contact Local Travel Agents who can help you with the purchase of international and domestic air, bus, train and ferry tickets.

International Travel

You can reach Istanbul by air from almost anywhere in the world!

Below you will find links to airlines that fly to/from Istanbul organized by continent.

TIP: If you're thinking of an a-round-the-world ticket check out Thai Airlines at.

From Africa
British Airways at http://www.us.british-airways.com
Egyptair at http://www.egyptair.com.eg/
Gulf Air at http://www.gulfairco.com/
Royal Air Maroc at http://www.royalairmaroc.com/
Tunisair at http://www.tunisair.com.tn/
Turkish Airlines at http://www.turkishairlines.com/

From Asia
Air France at http://www.airfrance.com/
Aeroflot (Russia) at http://www.aeroflot.aero/eng/
British Airways at http://www.us.british-airways.com/
Gulf Air at http://gulfairco.com/
Japanese Airlines at http://www.jal.co.jp/en/
Singapore Airlines at http://www.singaporeair.com/
Thai Airlines at http://www.thaiair.com/
Turkish Airlines at http://www.turkishairlines.com/

From Australia
British Airways at http://www.us.british-airways.com/
Gulf Air at http://www.gulfairco.com/
Singapore Airlines at http://www.singaporeair.com/
Thai Airlines at http://www.thaiair.com/
Turkish Airlines at http://www.turkishairlines.com/

From Europe
TIP: If you live in the U.K., there's a list of Turkish airlines' offices in London. It's at http://www.abta.com/destinations/turkey.html

Adria Airlines (Ljubljana, Slovenia) at http://www.adria-airways.com/index.asp?l=en&p=qb&m=0

Air France at http://www.airfrance.com
Air Malta at http://www.airmalta.com/
Alitalia (Italy) at http://www.alitalia.com/home/index.htm
Austrian Airlines at http://www.aua.com/
British Airways at http://www.us.british-airways.com/
Czech Airlines at http://www.csa.cz/ (from all major European capitals)
Finnair at http://www.finnair.fi
Iberia (Spain) at http://www.iberia.com/
JAT (Yugoslavian Airlines) at http://www.jat.com/active/en/home.html
KLM at http://klm.nl/
LOT (Poland) at http://www.lot.com/
Lufthansa at http://www.lufthansa-usa.com/
Malev (Hungary) at http://www.malev.hu/
Qantas (from London) at http://www.qantas.com.au/
SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) at http://www.sas.se/
Singapore Airlines at http://www.singaporeair.com/
Swissair at http://www.swissair.com/
Turkish Airlines at http://www.turkishairlines.com/

From the Middle East
British Airways at http://www.us.british-airways.com/
El Al (Israel) at http://www.elal.co.il/
Emirates Airline at http://www.emirates.com/
Gulf Air at http://www.gulfairco.com/
Saudi Arabian Airlines at http://www.saudiairlines.com/
Turkish Airlines at http://www.turkishairlines.com/

From North America
American Airlines at http://www.americanair.com/
British Airways at http://www.us.british-airways.com/
Finnair at http://www.finnair.fi
Lufthansa at http://www.lufthansa-usa.com
Thai Airlines at http://www.thaiair.com/
Turkish Airlines at http://www.turkishairlines.com/
United Airlines at http://www.ual.com/

From South America
Varig (Brazil) with travel partner, Lufthansa, at http://www.varig.com.br/

Air Couriers and Ticket Consolidators

Air Couriers

There are two interesting sites that provide information and links about these two alternatives in budget traveling.
Budget Travel on About.com is a great site for those on a tight budget It offers links and brief explanations about flying as a courier, stand-by travel and using ticket consolidators.

The International Association of Air Couriers offers insights and numerous links to air courier services and traveling space available as well.

Ticket Consolidators and Bucket Shops
There are many ticket consolidators and bucket shops on the Internet. Unfortunately, not many of them offer tickets to Istanbul. Below is a brief listing of those who do offer ticketing to Turkey. You can also easily locate budget airfares by perusing the Sunday travel section of your local newspaper.

You should carefully select a reputable operator. For a travel agent Edward Hasbrouck’s perspective on how to best purchase an international ticket see

Below is a list of ticket consolidators who offer tickets to Turkey:

APP International Travel at http://www.cheapafares.com/ says that since they were founded in 1982 they have grown to a major wholesaler of very discounted tickets on the international market.
Timeless Tours is a travel wholesaler. They sell air and land arrangements in Turkey to both the travel agents and also direct to the public. (They don't have a web site, but we've provided a link to their e-mail.)

Butte Travel Service Ltd. says they offer very good prices to Turkey. They say they have been providing travel information and reservation services to the Edmonton community for more than 30 years.

For the UK bucket shops, the largest and most popular (by far) aggregator site is http://www.cheapflights.co.uk

The Air Travel Advisory Bureau is another option. Companies subscribe to be listed (so they're screened), but callers pay nothing to use the service. Tell ATAB (020/7636-5000 from the U.S. and 0870/870-5540 toll-free from the United Kingdom, or www.atab.co.uk) which city you want to fly to from London, and it refers you to up to six British consolidators specializing in that destination.

BoraNet Travel at http://www.boranet.com/ (Korean) says they offer the lowest air price and air ticket booking on Internet

AESU at http://www.aesu.com/say they have been the experts in discount travel since 1977. Air fare from all major gateways. No need to be a student. They're available to everyone. Major airlines. No charters.

All Continents Travel at http://www.allcontinentstravel.com/ says it is one of the founding members of the U.S. Air Consolidators Association. They say they are the West Coast's leading airline ticket consolidator. they say their paramount objective is to provide top value, competitive pricing and efficient services.

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