Turkish Airlines signed a global collaboration agreement with Royal Caribbean International, one of the largest players in cruise tourism.

Travel enthusiasts who want to tour the world’s popular port cities with a cruise can face a long journey reaching the ship they plan to board, so they chose to fly.

In an effort to target the more than 30 million annual cruise ship passengers, Turkish Airlines signed a global collaboration agreement with Royal Caribbean International in a bid to enter the cruise tourism market. Turkish Airlines will contribute to this luxury travel sector with its 319 destinations and comfortable, outstanding service quality.

The global collaboration agreement with the Miami-based Royal Caribbean International, which is first in world cruise tourism in terms of turnover and second in passenger figures, expands the market of the cruise sector, and also introduces the flag carrier to new passengers.

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