Turkish Airlines announced the flight frequency increase on Istanbul – Lviv (LWO) – Istanbul route.
Turkey’s national carrier will increase frequency to 10 weekly flights as of October 28, 2018.
|TK 441||28.Oct.2018||30.Mar.2019||1.34.67||IST 05:10||LWO 07:10|
|TK 442||28.Oct.2018||30.Mar.2019||1.34.67||LWO 08:05||IST 10:10|
|TK 443||28.Oct.2018||29.Mar.2019||12.45.7||IST 16:25||LWO 18:25|
|TK 444||28.Oct.2018||29.Mar.2019||12.45.7||LWO 19:20||IST 21:30|
* All times are in UTC
Founded in 1256, at an intersection between East and West, Lviv has been a home to various ethnicities throughout the centuries. Languages, such as Polish, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Armenian, Yiddish and Austrian German were all spoken at some point. The eventful history of Lviv, that was largely spared the destruction of the Second World War, can be seen in the city’s architecture. For this reason, the city’s historical center exhibits the enclosed building development of not only the Renaissance, but also Baroque, Neoclassicism, Historicism, Art Nouveau and Art Deco, and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Today, tourists, business travelers and, in particular, the many students bring the city – at the foot of the Carpathians and in 2012 host to the UEFA European championship – to life.