Turkish Airlines and Air Algérie have signed a codeshare agreement on routes between Algeria and Turkey, which is set to further expand travel opportunities for the customers of the two airlines.
The agreement was signed in
The new board of directors of Royal Jordanian Airlines elected Suleiman Hafez as its chairman during the first meeting held on April 20, at the RJ head office in Amman.
The general assembly elected the new board during its annual
The European Parliament gave final approval on Thursday to an exchange of airline passenger data between security forces in the European Union, ending a stand-off between privacy advocates and those who consider the move crucial to fighting terr
To celebrate Euro 2016 this summer, Turkish Airlines unveiled an A330-300 passenger aircraft painted in the competition’s livery which took off on its maiden flight to Paris, the location of this year’s final.
Turkish Airlines and its sub-brands scooped a number of accolades at the 2016 Air Transport News Awards Ceremony that took place in Mozart Residence, Salzburg, including the coveted "Airline of The Year" award.
Turkish Airlines has launched new flights from Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen, Ankara Esenboga and Trabzon airports to key Saudi Arabian cities including Riyadh, Jeddah and Madinah.
Flights from Sabiha Gokcen to Jeddah and Riyadh an
Turkish Airlines and Plug and Play Tech Centre, a leading global technology accelerator and venture fund, have announced a collaboration on innovation with a new Travel & Hospitality Programme which aims to discover, support, and scale techn
Global airline passenger traffic grew 6.8 per cent in 2015, with the Middle East region growing the fastest, preliminary data released on Wednesday by the United Nations' civil aviation agency showed.
US carriers were ranked t
Emirates and Malaysia Airlines have unveiled new routes and frequent flyer benefits as part of their codeshare agreement to provide customers seamless connections and world class travel experiences, across the globe.
The new route
Turkish Airlines continues to expand its operations in Europe with the addition of Dubrovnik, one of the largest cities in Croatia to its network.
Beginning from May 10, Dubrovnik flights will be operated three times weekly.