Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
Hamburg Airport and Turkish Airlines have held a special celebration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Hamburg-Istanbul route. The celebrations included a spectacular cake, a traditional Fire Truck Water Arch, and a formal welcome of the A330 flying the jubilee route.
Join 250 airlines and airports registered for FTE APEX Virtual Expo – a message from United CEO Scott Kirby
anna.aero invites you to FTE APEX Virtual Expo taking place on 25-26 May 2021. There is a wealth of networking and compelling content available. We are particularly excited about the New Airline Summit where Aaron Heslehurst of BBC World News will interview the CEOs of PLAY, pop, EGO Airways and AVA Airways live.
Billund will welcome Vueling this summer from Barcelona, Malaga, and Palma, while Ryanair and Turkish Airlines also add routes
We look at the world’s top-10 long-haul narrowbody operators and routes, together with the most dominant aircraft and countries.
Istanbul Airport’s network to be highest in recent years, with 45 domestic and 241 international destinations across 122 countries.
68% of Turkish Airlines’ Bogota and Panama City traffic connected over Istanbul, but where? This route will operate four-weekly from January.
As Turkish Airlines receives first A350-900, we examine the carrier’s widebody network – with widebodies used on 1/3 of network in early December.
With the Boeing 737 MAX re-entry coming, we look at the crucial NGs. In this first part, it’s the -600 & -700; the -600 has just 0.30% of NG seats globally.
Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen will have 1,591 departures in mid-Oct; Doha new #1 route. We investigate SAW’s network + chat with its Aviation Marketing Director.
Amsterdam busiest in Europe with 835 daily flights, Eurocontrol shows; we explore Schiphol’s network
Amsterdam is fighting back. KLM had 35 routes with 3+ daily flights on 21 August. Of all regions, we see that Latin America is very strong, with this region the least affected.
Qatar Airways’ new Toronto route will have 33 two-way connections, a market of 1.8 million, helping to push the carrier from #4 for MEB3 + Turkish seats to Canada.
AnadoluJet replaced Turkish Airlines on seven routes on 11 June with more later that week.