Turkish Airlines launches second route to Denmark; now serves Aalborg and Billund

Cake of the Week:
Turkish Airlines’ Billund to Istanbul Atatürk

Cutting the cake to celebrate Turkish Airlines’ arrival in Aalborg in Denmark were the airport’s CCO Rikke Mølgaard and Hatice Pinar, Turkish Airlines’ GM Aalborg, while Aalborg Airport’s CEO Søren Svendsen exchanged gifts with Huseyin Tayliga, Turkish Airlines’ VP Sales & Marketing America and Northern Europe.

In Billund, the cake welcoming Turkish airlines was cut by Turkish Airlines' Alper Kucuk, Specialist; Ahmet Akpınar, Revenue Management and Pricing Manager; Pinar Ayvaz, GM Copenhagen; Osman Sahan, GM Billund; Huseyin Tayilga, VP Sales & Marketing America and Northern Europe; along with Billund Airport's Anders Nielsen, VP; and Jesper Klausholm, Marketing Manager. Tayilga and Nielsen the cut the ribbon, welcoming passengers to board the flight to Istanbul.

  • Turkish Airlines launched its second route to Denmark (after its flights to Copenhagen) on 9 July when the fast-growing airline connected its Istanbul Atatürk (IST) hub with two airports on Jutland, the Danish mainland; Aalborg (AAL) and Billund (BLL). Flights operate Istanbul-Aalborg-Billund-Istanbul three times weekly with the Star Alliance airline’s 124-seat A319 aircraft.

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