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Cheap Flights to Istanbul

How to find cheap flights to Istanbul

Finding cheap flights to Istanbul is easy with Skyscanner.co.il. All you have to do is pick the desired dates for your trip, and we will search hundreds of airlines and travel agents all over the internet and show you the best Istanbul flight deals available.

The equation is simple: the more flexible you are, the less you pay. To help you with that, we have the “whole month” tool. Instead of selecting specific dates for your trip, choose “whole month.” Now we will show you the best prices available for every day of the month. The differences might be substantial.

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Airports with direct flights to Istanbul

Direct flights to Istanbul depart from Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv several times every day of the year. The duration of the trip is around 2 hours and 10 minutes.

What airlines fly to Istanbul from Israel?

You can find cheap flights to Istanbul operated by two Turkish carriers: Pegasus Airlines and Turkish Airlines.

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Airports in Istanbul

Istanbul has two international airports: The largest airport in Turkey is Istanbul Atatürk (IST), and the smaller one is Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (SAW).

Istanbul Atatürk: The airport is located 24 km from the city center, on its European side. Istanbul is the city with the most connecting flights from Israel to destinations across Europe and the Americas. You can always find cheap flights to Istanbul and connect to dozens of destinations for bargain prices. A boarding flight for your connecting flight will be issued for you at the transit desk of the relevant handling company on the Arrivals floor, in case it wasn’t issued already in Tel Aviv. You do not need to go through passport control, simply proceed through the transit area into the International Departures area. Your baggage will be automatically transferred to the connecting flight if it’s on the same reservation number (PNR).

Sabiha Gökçen International Airport: This airports services mostly low-cost flights to Istanbul and it’s located on the Asian side of the bi-continental city. This airport is popular for cheap connecting flights to main cities in Europe. If you are connecting to another flight, you need to follow the same procedure as in Atatürk Airport. Wi-Fi service is available for a fixed price. Some of the restaurants will give you one hour of free Wi-Fi when you dine inside.

This information is correct as of September 2017

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