Turkish Airlines is launching an exciting new service between Dallas Fort-Worth and Istanbul. For a limited time, the excitement extends beyond the Boeing 787-9 serving the route, or the new option for US travelers hoping to reach this iconic destination.

That’s because Turkish, which already offers one of the best options to use points for trips to Europe, at just 45,000 Miles each way, has a new promotion, where a mere 33,750 miles will get you flat bed business class one way, or under 70,000 round trip!

Not bad for an 11 hour flight in a flat bed, with a revered dining experience! Here’s the details…

Turkish Airlines Promotion

Turkish Airlines is launching Dallas flights on September 24th, 2021, with a 787-9 Dreamliner. The flights are currently part of a special promotion from Turkish, which allows you to book business class for a mere 33,750 and $170.70 one way.

Compared to other loyalty programs, Turkish Airlines was a steal at 45,000, so this is particularly stellar. What an amazing way to reach Eurasia in style.

Making things even better, Turkish partners with Citi and Capital One, meaning you can turn “Citi Thank You Points” or Capital One Venture Miles” credit card points into Turkish Miles & Smiles miles.

How To Book These Offers

First, you need a Turkish Miles & Smiles account. You can create one here.

Once you have an account (if you didn’t already), you can transfer Citi or Capital One points into Turkish, and get booked. Here’s a guide to booking with Turkish Airlines.

It’s pretty easy. Once logged in, just search for a flight by selecting ‘Award Ticket – Buy With Miles’ and enter the dates. You can then run through dates, and hope to find one with the 33,750 miles promotion.

Turkish allows you to put flights on hold for up to 72 hours, so you could always call in and hold flights while you wait for points to move across. Hopefully the points move across in time.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...