Ali Ayvazoğlu, Provincial Culture and Tourism Director recently declared "The opening of the tourist season will be in April or May, however it's a great pleasure for us to have direct flights from Bahrain already now."
Thanks to the flights to Bahrain from Trabzon, an introductory meeting was held with the participation of Bahraini tourists.
Provincial Culture and Tourism Director Ali Ayvazoğlu, at the meeting held at a hotel, evaluating the 2017 tourist season, stressed the importance of the tourism of Trabzon.
Ayvazoğlu stated that direct flights to Bahrain started with Atlasglobal in the previous weeks and said "Direct flights from Bahrain to Trabzon are very important for us in the winter months and direct flights from Qatar will start in the upcoming days. . "
Ayvazoğlu also stated that he participated in the Emitt Fair organized in Istanbul and said, "We gathered together with tourism agencies and hotel authorities to promote our city, we met with other cities' agencies, tour companies and hotel authorities. We had a lot of interest at the stand and the contributions of all were very big and I thank them for their support. It is also a great pleasure for us to have direct flights from Bahrain already. "
"We will have various activities to promote our city in Jeddah, Riyadh and Dubai"
Ayvazoğlu said that in 2017, 375 direct flights only from Saudi Arabia to Trabzon were carried out and that a total of 900 direct flights were made to the city from abroad.
Ayvazoğlu, who wishes to have more direct flights this year, added that they will have various activities to promote the city in Jeddah, Riyadh and Dubai in February.
Turkey Travel Agencies Association (TÜRSAB) The Eastern Black Sea Regional Executive Chairman Suat Gürkök emphasized the importance of direct flights, "In tourism, first of all, you should go and visit where you'll be marketing. Our colleagues will also be visiting here. They will then do the marketing. This will be a new chain between the two countries. These relations will develop more in the future. We, along with our colleagues, are ready to do whatever we can to make our country's tourism more beautiful."