Turkish Airlines commences four weekly services from Istanbul Atatürk Airport to Sharm El Sheikh as its fourth route to Egypt.
Turkish Airlines now flies to Yemen’s port city Aden from its Istanbul Atatürk hub
Turkish Airlines launches services from Istanbul Atatürk to Nouakchott in Mauritania.
Turkish Airlines commences services from Istanbul Atatürk Airport to Djibouti.
Turkish Airlines has launched flights to its fourth airport in Libya; Sebha from Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Turkish Airlines now flies to Kinshasa from its Istanbul Atatürk hub, further expanding its route network in Africa.
Turkish Airlines now flies to both Nakhchivan and Ganja in Azerbaijan from its Istanbul Atatürk hub.
The Middle East Big 3 (MEB3) and Turkish Airlines are growing their networks to Sub-Saharan Africa fast, but how are the big European airline groups developing in the market? What are their African network strategies? Who is the biggest in the market and who is growing the fastest?
Turkey’s airports report traffic growth of 10.4% in first half of 2012; Turkish Airlines expanding IST network rapidly
Non-EU Turkey is still experiencing double-digit traffic growth in 2012. But how quickly are its top 12 airports growing? What share of total traffic is still centred on Istanbul? And just how many new destinations has Turkish Airlines embraced since last June from its main hub?
Turkish Airlines now flies from Istanbul Atatürk to Edinburgh in Scotland and Osh in Kirgizstan.
Riga Airport welcomes its seven millionth transit passenger since 1991; United celebrates 15 years in Birmingham; London City handles its one millionth aircraft movement
Latvia celebrated its independence over 20 years ago, but how many transfer passengers passed through Riga Airport since then? Which airline performed the one millionth movement ever at London City Airport? And why did Marilyn Monroe visit Birmingham?