By the end of 2018, the average fare on a new economy ticket would be around $160,000, but that’s a steep drop from the $160 million it cost in 2015 to $142 million, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
A new IATA study says the average ticket cost in the regional region of Turkey, which includes Istanbul, is around $16,000.
The average for the rest of Turkey is around a third of that.
The cheapest tickets are $18,000 and above, with prices dropping in price by 25 per cent.
If you’re buying a new ticket, the IATA recommends a domestic fare of $200.
This includes a 30 per cent increase on domestic fare, up to $200 for a roundtrip, a 15 per cent discount on international fare and a 5 per cent reduction on a domestic ticket.
The cheapest way to buy a ticket on a flight in the Turkish domestic economy is to use the online booking system.
You can book a seat on an international flight from Istanbul to Dubai, or on a Turkish domestic flight to Dubai or to Istanbul, and then use the system to book a return flight to Istanbul.
It is cheaper than buying a ticket at the gate, and you can book an international or domestic flight at the airport or the airport.
The online booking process is free and secure.
You don’t need to be a member of an airline or a business to book an airport-only flight.
Travellers can also book tickets at a discounted rate on the ITA website, which will cost you about $30 per ticket.
But this service is only available to a limited number of airlines and only on international flights, with fares dropping in the early hours of the morning and then going up again in the afternoon and evening.
You can also check prices on the Turkish Airlines website, but it’s cheaper to book online.
The service is free, but you can’t use it to book flights or book hotel stays.
As well as a drop in the price of a ticket, it also means you don’t have to pay extra for airfares, with the cheapest domestic fare now about $20, and the cheapest international fare at around $40.
IATA’s research also showed that the cost of buying a domestic or international ticket in Turkey has dropped significantly since the start of the financial crisis, while the price per seat on a return ticket has increased by almost 30 per of a dollar since 2014.
Turkish Airlines CEO and head of its Istanbul office, Ercan Ekinci, said that airlines had been using the new system to get around the cost difference.
“It has reduced the price by about 40 per cent compared to the previous year, and that’s really good news,” Ekinvi said.
Ekinci said airlines were now looking to use it on their new flights from Istanbul and Ankara, where seats are also becoming cheaper.
He said that the system would help reduce the cost to a much smaller extent than it had been previously.
In Istanbul, there are about 10 flights a day.
On average, about 20 per cent of a passenger’s travel costs are spent on travel, and this includes airport transfers, baggage, food and entertainment.
However, the research shows that people are more likely to spend their money on food and drinks and on hotel stays, with a 20 per per cent decrease in the cost per night compared to previous years.
For every $100 saved in fuel costs, a passenger saved $2 in fuel cost, according the IASA.
But the airline was still concerned about how much of the cost savings could be achieved through price cuts, rather than new pricing.
“We are working to reduce fuel prices,” Ekinsci said.
“But the impact on the price consumers are paying on the average will be limited.”
Ekhan Çelebi, a lecturer in airline and tourism management at the University of Istanbul, said it would be interesting to see how airlines implemented the new pricing mechanism.
“[IATA] is the only international organisation that provides the information on prices on domestic and international flights.
It has made a lot of progress,” Çelybi said.