Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
Turkish Airlines debuts in Dubrovnik in Croatia and adds Atlanta to its US offer.
Airbus hands over more single-aisle units than Boeing in March; US manufacturer delivers 150% more wide-bodies
After delivering 71 aircraft in March, Boeing has opened up a strong lead over its European counterpart of 51 units for the first three months of 2016. The month was also a celebration for IndiGo, with the Indian LCC welcoming its first A320neo. Overall both manufacturers delivered a total of 128 units in March.
It’s not often that we receive an FTWA from South America, indeed prior to this week we had received just three so far this year. Yet this week we have had five – the most of any region! See if any of these entries can emulate Quito Airport back in February which won its week […]
Turkish Airlines adds Bogota and Panama City to its network – the most extensive of any airline in the world.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Turkish Airlines announces it will commence services to Košice in Slovakia while Flybe confirms it will begin flights between Leeds Bradford and Newquay. More news from Birmingham, Cork, Glasgow and Bergerac airports as well as Tigerair Australia.
Turkish Airlines introduces Iraqi service to Erbil from this regional operation.
Airbus delivers Turkish Airlines its #300 aircraft while Boeing gains further advantage in the 2016 delivery race
After delivering 56 aircraft in February, Boeing has opened up a strong lead over its European counterpart of 37 units for the first two months of 2016. The month was also a celebration for Turkish Airlines which welcomed its #300 aircraft. Overall both manufacturers delivered a total of 102 units in the second month of the […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, including some from Routes Asia in Manila, we have got fire truck water arches, cakes and flowers, as well as horses and diggers! The truly global news round-up comes from Shannon, Nuremberg, Singapore, Hamburg, Auckland, Delhi and Budapest airports.
Over 1,200 routes connect Asia to the rest of the world; Mumbai–Dubai is #1; MEB3 hub is also the number one destination from the continent
During the past 12 months, seat capacity between Asia and the rest of the world has grown by 6.2% with Emirates remaining as the largest carrier in the market. With Routes Asia just around the corner, anna.aero thought it would look to see how the world is connecting to the continent, and to highlight some […]
Iranian airports handled fewer than 50 million passengers in 2015; Air Arabia, Emirates, flydubai, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines serve multiple airports
Iran could see rapid growth at its airports this year after the lifting of economic sanctions. We reveal the country’s busiest airports and how much they have grown in the last two years as well as seeing which carriers have been starting new international routes.
Global seat capacity up 7.3% in 2016 Q1; China and Ryanair see biggest increase in seats compared with 2015 Q1
We reveal which are the leading airlines and country markets in the first quarter of 2016 and by how much they are growing (or shrinking). Plus a look at which airlines and countries are seeing the biggest increase in capacity.
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor, Jonathan Ford, was warmly invited by Emirates and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport to help welcome the arrival of the carrier’s inaugural service from Dubai on 15 December, a route which has been in the pipeline for five years. Take a closer look to see how the evening’s events unfolded, and find out […]