Turkish Airlines now flies to Moscow Vnukovo Airport from Antalya and Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport grows 22% in 2011; Turkish Airlines instantly biggest foreign airline
After Turkish Airlines’ launch of flights to Novosibirsk in Russia’s Siberia region, the Star Alliance airline is the airport’s biggest foreign carrier, but which is the by far leading international country market? How dominant is domestic travel and which city ranks second after Moscow?
Turkish Airlines now flies from its Istanbul Atatürk Airport hub to Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport in Siberia, Russia.
Turkish Airlines has started flying to Mogadishu from Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Europe’s flag carriers had a fairly decent 2011 in terms of passenger growth. But which geographic markets performed best and worst? Which airlines grew fastest in terms of passengers and ASKs? And which carriers improved their load factors the most? Which four carriers managed to achieve greater than 80% load factors for the whole year?
Turkey’s airports report traffic growth of 14.2% in 2011; Turkish Airlines’ passengers up 12%, Pegasus up 32%
Turkey’s air transport market is going from strength to strength. Airport traffic is booming and its two major airlines are both reporting double-digit growth. But which two airports have swopped places in the top 12 rankings? And which airlines have already announced what new routes to and from Turkey this summer?
Turkish Airlines expands its UK operation with a daily Gatwick service from Istanbul Atatürk.
New Istanbul to Misrata service will be served four times weekly, daily from early January.
Presentations from Last week’s Network Planning Conference, jointly staged by anna.aero with ACI EUROPE and ACI Asia Pacific at Airport Exchange in Abu Dhabi, are now available and can be downloaded directly from here.
Turkish Airlines now operates most diverse hub in Europe; 172 destinations served non-stop from Istanbul
Turkish Airlines will have started 20 new routes (19 international) from Istanbul’s main airport by the end of 2011. As a result it has now well and truly overtaken Lufthansa for the most non-stop destinations from a single airport in Europe. But how quickly have passenger numbers grown in recent years and which geographic market segments are growing fastest in 2011?
Turkish Airlines now flies from its hub at Istanbul Atatürk Airport to Mosul in northern Iraq.