Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
Istanbul Atatürk, Dallas Love Field and Osaka Kansai welcome winter network growth; Turkish Airlines, Southwest and Ryanair driving airport expansion
Part two of our global analysis of the start of the W15/16 season looks at which airports have seen the biggest net gain in new routes since last winter. We reveal the leading airports in Asia, Europe and North America.
Turkish Airlines now operates services to the capital of Mozambique, Maputo with a thrice-weekly connection via Johannesburg.
Litres of hard work and gallons of perspiration goes into a route launch – especially the Fire Truck Water Arch – which sees an unprecedented union between an airport’s operations and marketing departments. Make sure all of your airport’s endeavours are crowned with an Arch of Triumph certificate – get voting now!!
Mobilise your staff, fans and followers and win one of aviation’s most sought after awards – yes the public vote for the prestigious anna.aero Cake of the Week is back to herald the start of the W15/16 season. Rules? The airport with the most votes wins! Simple.
Turkish Airlines’ two Istanbul hubs both see the start of a new destination each – one in US and one in Iraq.
All airlines everywhere invited to 1st Istanbul New Airport Development Conference (at ACI Airport Exchange)
While Istanbul New Airport will be the centre of Turkish Airlines’ world-domination strategy, what will it be like for “other” airlines – especially those airlines which are not Turkish Airlines’ Star Alliance partners?
Cathay Pacific Airways receives its 70th 777 as Boeing edges further ahead of Airbus in the 2015 delivery race
After delivering 77 units in the month of September, the North American manufacturer has extended its lead over Airbus by 28 units. September has also witnessed the European manufacturer deliver more A320 units than A321s, a reverse from August. Overall both manufacturers delivered a total of 126 aircraft in September.
Turkish Airlines’ Kotil: “10 times more opportunity in Africa than in the rest of the world…like heaven in 20 years”
Africa’s links to the non-African world have grown by less than 6% in the last two years. Non-African carriers led by Turkish Airlines are driving the growth. We reveal the top 15 carriers and how they have grown (or not) in the last two years.
After delivering 64 units in August, the US manufacturer has extended its lead over Airbus by 20 units. August has also witnessed the European manufacturer deliver more A321 units than A320s. Overall both manufacturers delivered a total of 108 aircraft in August.
Turkey’s airports on track to handle +180 million passengers in 2015 as Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines continue to grow their networks
Passenger numbers are up 9% in Turkey so far this year. We look at how quickly the country’s air travel market has grown in recent years, and reveal which are the fastest-growing airports so far in 2015.
anna.aero recently revealed the winners of the sixth annual European ANNIES Awards. Now it is the part of airlines and airports across Europe to show off their awards.
Ljubljana Airport sees passenger growth of 11% in 2015; Zurich now #1 route as Star Alliance carriers dominate in Slovenia
Ljubljana Airport serves as the gateway to the capital of Slovenia. After four years of consecutive decline in passenger traffic from 2009 to 2012, the airport has since witnessed growth and during the first seven months of 2015, Ljubljana has seen passenger traffic increase by 11%. anna.aero looks to see which routes and airlines have […]