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Buy Flights in Turkish Lira with Alternative Airlines

 

Alternative Airlines allows you to search for and pay for your flights in Turkish lira (TRY). Complete a search on our website and complete the entire booking process with prices in Turkish lira. 

How to Book flights in Turkish Lira

Search for and book flights in Turkish lira with two easy-to-follow steps.

STEP 1

Use Alternative Airlines' currency changer (found at the top of the page) and select Turkish Lira.

Fill out where and when you want to fly and click 'search flights'.

Alternative Airlines currency changer Turkish lira

STEP 2

On the flight search results page, all prices will automatically display in TRY/TL. Continue the booking and follow the steps on the next pages to complete your flight purchase in Turkish lira. 

Alternative Airlines Turkish lira search results page

About Turkish Lira (IQD)

The Turkish lira is the currency for both Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The Turkish lira has been in circulation since 2005 is the third currency used in the country in recent history. The currency follows the first Turkish lira, which was in circulation between 1923–2005 and the Ottoman lira, which was in circulation between 1844–1923. 

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