Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
Turkish Airlines now flies to Dammam in Saudi Arabia from its hub at Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Turkish Airlines has launched a new route to Italy, flying to Turin from its Istanbul Atatürk hub.
Turkish Airlines now flies to Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, from its hub airport Istanbul Atatürk.
Turkish Airlines launches its fifth route to Iraq – Sulaymaniyah in Iraqi Kurdistan – from Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Turkish Airlines launches new routes to its fourth Iraqi destination, Najaf, and the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul, from its hub at Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Turkish Airlines has launched new routes from Istanbul Atatürk to Basra in Iraq, Naples in Italy and from Izmir to Munich.
53 new routes saw the light of day in the last week. But which low-cost airline took on three network carriers? And which airline returned to Baghdad after 21 years of absence? We have lots of pictures to go with the analysis and of course the downloadable spreadsheet detailing all the routes.
49 routes started in the last week, eight of which were to the Spanish island Ibiza. But which two airlines launched the same US domestic route? Which Asian low-cost carrier continued expanding with its third international route? And how come there is a new link between Baku in Azerbaijan and Aberdeen in Scotland?
Bodrum airport increasingly appealing to UK LCCs; easyJet, Jet2.com and Monarch have all added routes recently
Turkey’s seventh busiest airport is popular with UK holidaymakers but less so with German sun-seekers. How seasonal is demand at the airport and which new scheduled routes have been launched in the last two years? How important is the domestic market and which carriers operate to where?
Düsseldorf welcomes Eurovision Song Contest; 20 million passengers possible in 2011; airberlin adding six routes
Germany is hosting this week’s Eurovision Song Contest with many extra visitors passing through Düsseldorf’s airport. But how has the airport evolved during the last decade? Which are the leading country markets and which new routes have already started operating in 2011?
51 new routes were launched across the world in the last week, with Russian, German and Canadian airports represented the most. But which airport had 500 people celebrate the arrival of its first international passenger service? And in which country did three airlines launch domestic, regional services?
Although ‘only’ 38 new routes launched in the last week, we have witnessed an unusually busy week for cakes. It seems Easter gave a sweet tooth for the world’s route launch celebrations. But which airline launched a new international route last week with its single aircraft?