Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
anna.aero Turkish Airlines route prediction: One down, 30 to go… services to Constanta to launch in June
Told you so!! Earlier in the week Turkish Airlines announced Constantinople to Constanta, one of the routes on the new route hit list anna.aero revealed in December.
Turkish Airlines adds Isfahan and Kermanshah in Iran, and Cameroon’s Douala and Yaounde to its Istanbul Ataturk network.
Turkish Airlines commence services to Sebha in Libya and Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso; extend the Sao Paulo service to Buenos Aires Ezeiza.
ROUTEFLASH: Turkish Airlines yet-to-announce further nine routes incl. Alicante, Seville, Rotterdam, Kuala Lumpur, Kathmandu
Following on from this week’s Top Story where we discovered 27 soon-to-be announced Turkish Airlines routes, anna.aero sources have been in touch again to reveal nine further spokes that are on Turkish Airlines’ drawing board for 2013.
Monarch Airlines’ arrival in Friedrichshafen last week was a great showcase of the airport’s ability to promote new routes: anna.aero gives a closer look at the operation to find out what the new year might bring to Friedrichshafen.
anna.aero reveals from a top-level source which points on the map will be added to the nearly 200 destinations already connected to the Istanbul Atatürk hub in the near future.
Turkish Airlines starts circular route from Istanbul Atatürk to Mombasa in Kenya and Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
Turkish Airlines commences flights from Istanbul Atatürk to Malé in the Maldives; adds domestic services to Kutahya
Turkish Airlines launches services from Istanbul Ataturk to Male in the Maldives and to Kuthaya in north-western Turkey.
Istanbul’s Atatürk Airport now 6th busiest in Europe; Turkish Airlines offers flights to almost 200 destinations
Europe’s economic difficulties seem to have passed Turkey by, at least if airport traffic is any indicator. How quickly has Turkey’s busiest airport grown in the last decade and how dominant is Turkish Airlines? Which new destinations has it added this year alone?
European and North American airlines prepare for minimal winter growth as Asia’s airlines schedule for 8% more ASKs
With the start of the (northern) winter scheduling season just days away we take a look at the three biggest aviation regions on the planet and see which major airlines are adding capacity and which are cutting capacity this winter.
Turkish Airlines connects Istanbul Atatürk Airport in Turkey with Hurghada in Egypt.
Turkish Airlines commences four weekly services from Istanbul Atatürk Airport to Sharm El Sheikh as its fourth route to Egypt.