Turkish Airlines ramps up summer schedule

Turkish Airlines ramps up summer schedule

Leading European carrier Turkish Airlines has confirmed it will increase its route frequencies to eight destinations in April.

Destinations in the Middle East, central and western Europe will benefit from the increase.

Firstly Turkish Airlines will increase the frequency of services to Beirut from 14 flights per week to 19 flights per week from April 15th 2011.

This will be increased to 20 flights per week from June 28th 2011 and 21 flights per week from August 1st 2011.

The airline will increase frequency to Stuttgart from 14 flights per week to 18 flights per week on April 21st 2011.

Again, this will be increased to 21 flights per week from June 13th 2011.

From May 1st 2011 frequency will increase to Tirane from seven flights per week to ten flights per week.

From May 6th = 2011, Turkish Airlines will increase frequency to Hamburg from 14 flights per week to 17 flights per week.

This will be increased to 21 flights per week from June 27th 2011.

In Spain, frequency to Barcelona will increase from 14 flights per week to 18 flights per week from May 31st 2011.

From June 27th 2011 frequency to Genoa will grow from three flights per week to five flights per week.

In France, frequency to Toulouse will increase from three flights per week to four flights per week from July 3rd 2011.

Finally, the airline will increase frequency to Naples from three flights per week to five flights per week from August 2nd.

Last year Turkish Airlines was recognised as offering Europe’s Leading Airline Business Class