Turkish Airlines is looking to revive its growth in passenger numbers by next year as the effects of terrorism and political turmoil wane after causing a loss in 2016, said a report.
Last year, the airline posted a net loss of 47
From the exclusive Arrival Lounge at Istanbul Ataturk Airport to the advanced personal screens with updated options, Turkish Airlines continues to work on improving its award-winning service quality.
In addition to its ever-expand
While the aviation sector witnessed a slight drop in the total number of airline accidents in 2016, from 68 to 65, the number of fatalities climbed from 136 to 268, almost twice as much as those lost in 2015, a report revealed.
The global airlines' financial results for Q4 2016 show that the decline in profitability, which began in the third quarter of 2016, continued across most regions in the fourth quarter, albeit from historically high levels, a report said.
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier of Turkey, has launched two new flight destinations in Russia.
Currently operating to Moscow, St.Petersburg, Sochi, Rostov, Kazan, Ekaterinburg, Ufa, Astrakhan, Novosibirsk and Stavropol, the
Turkish Airlines has been awarded as the runner up in “Trade and Export Finance Deal” category by Bonds & Loans for its brand new B777-300ER aircraft delivered in September 2015.
The total financing builds up to 16
Qatar Airways has leased the first of four A350 aircraft from Latam, the South American airline, for terms of 6- to 12-months, in order to meet its operational plan for the year, as well as increasing customer demand.
The first of
Lebanon national carrier Middle East Airlines (MEA) presented its top UAE agents with special achievement awards at a dedicated event held on February 28 at the St. Regis Hotel Abu Dhabi.
These awards recognise the important role
Royal Jordanian and Turkish Airlines Technic have sealed an agreement, whereby RJ will receive Line Replaceable Units (LRU) components pool support and spares for V2500 engines installed on RJ’s A320 family aircraft.
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier, is set to launch flights between Antalya and Algeria in July, offering passengers further connectivity across its destination network.
The thrice-weekly routes will be served by a Boeing 737