Turkish Airlines Adds Denver to Its USA-India Network for One-stop Flights via Istanbul

The Middle East airlines are targeting more US destinations where Air India is still waiting to make an entry to. Air India’s plans for direct flights to Boston from India have reduced into mere speculations, while Etihad Airways connected Boston to India via its hub starting March 31. Turkish Airlines added Detroit to its US-India network, while Air India is yet to fulfil Michigan Indians’ long-drawn demand for Detroit to India flights.

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In the latest development, Turkish Airlines is launching service to Denver, Colorado in June this year. The first and only Middle East carrier to be operating one-stop flights from Denver to India and other countries, Turkish Airlines will compete with Lufthansa and British Airways, the biggest operators of international travel to Colorado. Both airlines offer their best deals for Denver to Delhi, Denver to Hyderabad, Denver to Bengaluru, and Denver to Mumbai flights through IndianEagle.com, a leading air-ticketing partner of Indians in America.

Turkish Airlines flights between Denver and Istanbul will offer further connections to New Delhi and Mumbai. Initially, Denver to Istanbul flights (TK202) will be operated three times a week; the frequency will become 4x weekly with effect from 14 July, 2024. In one month of the service starting on 11 June, the TK202 schedule will comprise Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays. It will give Indians of Colorado, Kansas, Utah and Arizona flexibility to plan their trips to India from Denver International Airport via Istanbul.

The greatest advantage of flying Turkish Airlines is transit via Istanbul, one of the best hub airports with free stopovers. Travelers having a significant layover in Istanbul can go for a free Istanbul tour or stopover. Check out our exclusive guide on the Istanbul Stopover Program offered by Turkish Airlines. Generous check-in baggage allowance (2 bags) is another advantage of booking Turkish flights over flying Lufthansa with one check-in bag.

Reportedly, Turkish Airlines will be operating Denver flights with an Airbus A350-900, one of the best aircraft in the fleet of major airlines including Air India, Lufthansa, Emirates, and Singapore Airlines. A350-900 is a widebody, long-range passenger aircraft with a cozy economy travel class and a luxurious cabin for business class travel.

3 thoughts on “Turkish Airlines Adds Denver to Its USA-India Network for One-stop Flights via Istanbul


    Yesterday night I booked myself from INDIA to DENVER on Turkish Airlines. I will be cancelling my old INDIA-DENVER ticket on Lufthansa soon. So technically I have 2 tickets in hand right now. Turkish offers 2X23kg check in baggage while Lufthansa offers 1X23kg. Turkish connection time is 3 hours while Lufthansa is 7 hours. Turkish ticket price bought yesterday is way cheaper than that of Lufthansa bought months earlier. I have flown Lufthansa to Denver earlier from INDIA. Lufthansa’s leg space is scanty, meal portion size is very less and taste is ridiculous. There are very few veg options without egg in MUNICH airport. Priority Pass isn’t acceptable in international terminal in MUNICH. I have also faced racial discrimination in MUNICH. I was urged to leave the lounge which I had paid for because I puked there. Moreover one can also connect TURKISH AIRLINES using INDIGO as well apart from Air India, Vistara which can be also used with LUFTHANSA.

    • indianeagle Post author

      Hi Ketan! Thank you for sharing your experience of Lufthansa in contrast to that of Turkish Airlines. It is enlightening. For your kind information, we are a leading air-ticketing partner of Turkish Airlines and others. You could have got a better deal from IndianEagle.com, a highly trusted portal for Indians in America.

  2. Gopikrishna Deshpande

    Turkish flies only to Delhi and Mumbai. Its India departures are in the morning, which means passengers connecting in Delhi/Mumbai have to spend the night at the airport. No matter how much discount they provide, I dont see them making a dent into other European airlines such as BA, LH and AF or middle eastern ones such as Emirates, Etihad and Qatar which have convinient connections from BLR, HYD, and MAS.


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