Delta: LAX – Istanbul, Turkey. $655. Roundtrip. All in.

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey is a city full of history. It was the capital to three empires – The Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman. As a result, there is a wealth of historic and religious places to see and wander. It is also one of the few places in the world that you can reach two continents by crossing a river — you can be in Europe one minute and then Asia the next.

Now its the perfect opportunity for you to visit because Istanbul is on sale and it has never been a better time to visit. Go see the architecture, visit a traditional Turkish bath, smoke a nargile and take a cruise around the Borophorus.


Sample Date:

  • November 8th – 14th. Dates in November and December, 2011


  • LAX – JFK (New York) – IST (Istanbul) – JFK – LAX


  • 14,938 miles or 4.3 cents per mile. 14,938 miles is more than 1/2 way to a free domestic ticket – remember to collect your miles. If you are a Delta elite member, add another 25 – 100% bonus miles.

Visa Requirements:

  • US Citizens – Visa On Arrival for $20 for up to 90 days for tourism.


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