Turkish Airlines suffered a loss of 656 million lira ($224.02 million) in the second quarter, having posted a net profit of 661 million lira in the same period a year earlier.
Its sales in the second quarter rose to 7.1 billion li
Abu Dhabi International Airport has made it mandatory for passengers to register their passports for electronic use to improve passenger flow at the facility, said a report citing an announcement made by Abu Dhabi Airports Company.
Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminal is playing a prominent role in expanding the emirate’s tourism industry, having recorded a 16 per cent increase in passengers and 20 per cent increase in vessel calls during the 2015/2016 cruise season.
Turkish Airlines, Europe's fourth-biggest carrier, on Monday said its passenger numbers rose 7.8 per cent to 25 million people in the first five months of the year.
The flag carrier also said in a filing to the stock exchange
Malaysia Airlines said on Sunday that passengers and crew on a flight from London to Kuala Lumpur suffered minor injuries because of severe turbulence.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH1, carrying 378 passengers and crew, experienced &q
Airline passengers are relying more on self-service technology to plan their holidays with 85 per cent of passengers stating a positive experience during the steps of the journey where they had more choice and control, showed a recent survey.
A specialist team from Etihad Airways today visited the nine passengers, hospitalised after Etihad Airways flight EY474 encountered severe and unexpected clear air turbulence, to provide ongoing care, support and assistance.
Etihad Airways flight EY474 from Abu Dhabi to Jakarta on May 4, operated by an Airbus A330-200 aircraft, encountered severe and unexpected turbulence about 45 minutes prior to arrival at Soekarno Hatta International Airport.
New security checks at Brussels Airport, where Islamic State suicide bombers killed 16 people in March, are creating huge queues and causing passengers to miss flights, a situation the airport operator described as "bizarre".
Turkish Airlines expects to receive 35 new aircraft this year, including 10 wide-body planes, as part of a drive to increase the size of its fleet and lower the average age of its aircraft, a senior executive said on Tuesday.