Overcoming the negative effects of pandemic on the global aviation sector faster than any other airline, Turkish Airlines enjoys its successful days on the skies once again. Leaving behind the days where zero passengers were transported at various routes with entire sector at halt, flag carrier reached 80 percent load factor, carrying 6.3 million passengers during May 2022.
Turkish Airlines continues to expand its flight network with flights to Juba, the capital of South Sudan. Connecting Africa to more destinations than any other in the world, the Turkish flag carrier has increased the number of destinations on the African Continent to 62 with Juba.
Turkish Airlines has adorned sustainability-themed livery on its Airbus 321 to highlight its commitment to developing environmentally-friendly aviation fuel.
Turkish Airlines will be operating direct daily flights from Manchester to Antalya starting from April 1st. A new daily route to Dalaman will start the following day.
Turkish Airlines flies to more countries and international destinations than any other airline in the world, and currently operates to more than 300 international passenger destinations.
Gulf Air and Turkish Airlines have signed a codeshare expansion. The agreement will see Turkish Airlines place its ‘TK’ code on Gulf Air’s flights from Bahrain to Dubai, Faisalabad, Multan, Sialkot and Manila.
Turkish Airlines is planning to open five passenger lounges at the new Istanbul Airport. They will be targeted at guests flying business class, members of the Miles & Smiles Elite Plus and Elite programmes, Star Alliance Gold and Corporate Club passengers.
The process of moving to the new location began in October last year, with the final stage expected to take 45 hours and be completed just before midnight on April 6th.
Filmmaker Ridley Scott has teamed up with Turkish Airlines to direct a cinematic short film set in Istanbul, where east and west meet.