Turkey's flagship carrier, Turkish Airlines (THY), is now flying to Mauritius and Madagascar, beginning yesterday, the airline announced.
Port Louis and Antananarivo, the capitals and the largest cities of Mauritius and Madagascar, have joined the airline's network.
Port Louis in Mauritius will be Turkish Airlines' 281th destination, while Antananarivo in Madagascar will be the 282nd destination among 113 nations served across the globe.
With the additions of the new destinations, Turkish Airlines' Africa network encompasses 48 destinations in 31 countries.
Beginning yesterday, the Istanbul-Port Louis-Antananarivo flights will be operating three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in both directions.
Beginning from Feb. 8, 2016, flights between these cities will be increased to four times weekly with the addition of a Monday flight.