Turkish Airlines, the national carrier, is set to enhance its operations in Americas with the launch of three weekly flights to Havana (Cuba) and Caracas (Venezuela) from next month.
With existing services to Buenos Aires, Sao Pau
Turkish Airlines has appointed Bilal Ekşi, 48, the head of the country's civil aviation authority, as the new general manager replacing chief executive officer Temel Kotil.
Kotil, who was also the Turkish Airlines Group genera
Turkish Airlines continues to expand its network and has added Zanzibar (Tanzania) as its 293rd destination.
Already a globally recognised brand, Turkish Airlines strengthens its presence in Africa and will have a pre
Turkish Airlines resumed flights from Istanbul's international airport on Saturday following a failed coup attempt while some foreign carriers cancelled weekend flights.
Forces loyal to Turkey's government fought on Saturd
Turkish Airlines suspended its flights until 8 am (0500 GMT) on Wednesday, the company said in a statement, after suspected Islamic State bombers killed 36 people at Istanbul airport late on Tuesday.
Normal flight operations have resume
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
Turkish Airlines yesterday (May 16) launched daily flights to Atlanta, the airline’s 15th destination in the Americas.
Atlanta, the capital of the US state of Georgia, is the ninth US gateway for Turkish Airlines, which now offers
Alitalia, Italy's national carrier in which Etihad Airways holds a key stake, confirmed it was on track to become profitable by 2017, as it reduced its losses by €381 million ($434 million) in 2015 compared to the previous year.
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.
Turkish Airlines, one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, is set to achieve a sales target of $12.2 billion in 2016, with an overall capacity increase of 16 per cent over last year, it was revealed at the Arabian Travel Market (A