Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’

Record June for Airbus and Boeing; Air New Zealand receives #1 787-9

Record June for Airbus and Boeing; Air New Zealand receives #1 787-9

Airbus and Boeing recorded strongest June since anna.aero started tracking aircraft deliveries in 2008, with the American producer handing over 71 airframes, 16 more than its European counterpart. Airbus will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the 2014 delivery race by 39 units.

Turkish Airlines adds its third Russian destination from its alternate Istanbul hub

Turkish Airlines adds its third Russian destination from its alternate Istanbul hub

Turkish Airlines adds Moscow Vnukovo to Stavropol and Astrakhan to its Russian offer from Sabiha Gökçen.

Turkish Airlines puts Pisa on its network map

Turkish Airlines puts Pisa on its network map

Turkish Airlines starts services to its ninth Italian destination – now offers 117 weekly flights to the country.


Turkish Airlines adds further German and African spokes to its hub

Turkish Airlines adds further German and African spokes to its hub

Turkish Airlines started its 13th German destination — Münster/Osnabrück — as well as a triangular service to Abidjan and Cotonou.

Sibiu and Lisbon show-off Cake awards; Budapest welcomes Vueling from Barcelona; British Airways expands at London City; more news from Aruba, Birmingham and Bordeaux airports.

Sibiu and Lisbon show-off Cake awards; Budapest welcomes Vueling from Barcelona; British Airways expands at London City; more news from Aruba, Birmingham and Bordeaux airports.

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Sibiu and Lisbon airports show-off Cake awards, Budapest Airport marks the arrival of its third new carrier so far this year, and British Airways expands its presence at London City Airport for S14. We also have news from Aruba, Birmingham and Bordeaux airports.

Romanian revelry and rouge seeks gold in Portugal

Romanian revelry and rouge seeks gold in Portugal

Seven offerings from Europe and North America this week, but can Halifax and Boston stop the rot and secure a much needed win for the rest of the world against some tough competition from some of Europe’s finest airport groupings – including Aena and ANA.


Airbus delivers more units than Boeing for the first time in 2014; Asiana Airlines receives first A380

Airbus delivers more units than Boeing for the first time in 2014; Asiana Airlines receives first A380

Airbus managed to deliver 55 airframes in May, more units than its American counterpart for the first time this year. Nevertheless, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which is still leading the 2014 delivery race by 23 units.

Turkish Airlines commences Bordeaux operations

Turkish Airlines commences Bordeaux operations

Turkish Airlines makes Bordeaux its sixth destination in France.

Turkish Airlines adds two new routes from Istanbul airports

Turkish Airlines adds two new routes from Istanbul airports

Turkish Airlines starts operations from Istanbul Atatürk to Montreal; and from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen to Berlin Tegel, competing against Air Transat and germanwings respectively.


Turkish Airlines adds new destination in Bulgaria

Turkish Airlines adds new destination in Bulgaria

Turkish Airlines now serves Varna in Bulgaria both directly, and via Constanta in Romania.

Milanese airport wins this week - but which one?

Milanese airport wins this week – but which one?

There is likely to be a double celebration at this week’s winning airport, as this ‘Arch of Triumph’ winning service took off just 45 minutes after its runway had re-opened after closure for maintenance.

Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen further erodes low cost legacy with first MEB3 Qatar Airways

Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen further erodes low cost legacy with first MEB3 Qatar Airways

anna.aero’s publisher, Paul Hogan, was specially invited to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport for the arrival of Qatar Airways – the first by a MEB3/Middle East Big 3 airline and the latest big development to further erode the image that Sabiha Gökçen is a low-cost airport.