Flying to more countries than any other airline, Turkish Airlines made another addition to the privileged services it offers to its guests. By introducing Turkish Airlines Gift Card product, flag carrier will offer a brand new option for its guests through online channels.
As Turkish Airlines is making waves in the national and international arena with its sustainability-focused activities and awards, the flag carrier was awarded the “Airline Sustainability Innovation of the Year” award by CAPA – Centre for Aviation for its innovative efforts within the scope of sustainability.
Turkish Airlines finished the third quarter of 2022 with 1.5 billion USD net profit thanks to its operational agility and ability to meet the increasing demand with its highly skilled workforce and wide flight network it preserved during the pandemic.
Turkish Airlines continues its support for the development of Sustainable Aviation Fuels which play a key role in reducing carbon emissions. Starting to actively use Sustainable Aviation Fuel during its operations as of 2022, Turkish Airlines emphasized the importance of the matter for the company by signing Global SAF Declaration.
Releasing its passenger and cargo traffic results of September, flag carrier increased its seat capacity offered to passengers by 15.9 percent compared to same period of 2019 and carried a total of 7.3 million passenger while reaching 85.4 percent load factor.
The Empire State Building yesterday hosted the 44th annual Run-Up, presented by Turkish Airlines and powered by Challenged Athletes Foundation. In several designated heats, 374 runners from around the world raced up the 1,576 stairs to reach the finish line on the building’s iconic 86th Floor Observatory.
Flying to new records after the most significant crisis of aviation history and distinguishing itself from its competitors with a strong performance throughout the year, Turkish Airlines, the airline that flies to more countries than any other is named Best Airline in Europe
Following the IATA’s 78th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Doha, four representatives from Turkish Airlines are appointed to the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Advisory Councils for the next three-year term. Representing 290 airlines and 120 countries
Turkish Airlines and The Consulate General of the Republic of Türkiye in New York Showcase “Connect” Photography Exhibition
Turkish Airlines flew to new records during July and August as the flag carrier increased its seat capacity by 14 percent while the sector shrank globally.
Flag carrier Turkish Airlines has signed a codeshare agreement with Air Seychelles that is mainly aimed at boosting its partnership in bid to maximise the travel opportunities offered to the passengers of both airlines through its flight networks.