Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
Turkish Airlines introduces services from Istanbul Atatürk Airport to Kathmandu Airport in Nepal.
Tunis Airport continues its traffic rebuild as Turkish and Afriqiyah double capacity in the last year
Aviation is notoriously difficult to analyse and predict in the best of times, its study is clearly made worse during a global recession, and when the airport is the capital of country in a fledgling democracy still in the rebuild phase post-revolution, it becomes even more of a test. A review of activity at Tunis-Carthage […]
Turkish Airlines launches domestic services from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to Bingol Airport.
Turkish Airlines commences flights from its Istanbul Ataturk Airport hub to Luxembourg Airport.
Turkish Airlines commences operations on the seasonal route from Trabzon Airport to Berlin Tegel Airport.
Turkish Airlines inaugurates flights to Vilnius and Tallin; adds seasonal services to Vienna and Copenhagen
Turkish Airlines launches new route from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to Vilnius Airport via Tallinn Airport; starts seasonal flights from Antalya Airport to Vienna Airport, and from Konya Airport to Copenhagen Airport.
30 Second interview – Dr Temel Kotil, President and CEO Turkish Airlines (plus some comments from Ryanair’s Cawley)
In his first industry appearance, speaking at the ACI EUROPE-ACI World Annual Congress in Istanbul, Dr Temel Kotil clarified that Turkish Airlines will not be launching direct services from Europe to Australia – he will use a hub like Singapore instead.
Turkish Airlines launches flights to Marseille Provence Airport and Constanta Airport from Istanbul Ataturk Airport; and low-frequency services from Istanbul Sabiha Gocken Airport to Hamburg Airport.
Turkish Airlines now connects Gassim Airport and Salzburg Airport with Istanbul Atatürk Airport; also connects Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen with Milan Malpensa Airport
Turkish Airlines adds two European routes from its Istanbul hub; launches seasonal services to Stuttgart from Adana
Turkish Airlines launches flights from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to Santiago de Compostela Airport and Malta Airport; connects Stuttgart Airport and Adana Airport with seasonal services.
Much of Europe is showing little if any growth this summer, but that is not true of Turkey. Our analysis of the European air traffic market this summer shows that Istanbul has the region’s two fastest-growing major airports, Turkey is the fastest-growing country market, and Turkish Airlines is the fastest-growing airline.
Surprising Friedrichshafen Airport welcomes Turkish Airlines’ four-weekly service to Istanbul Atatürk.