On 29 November, at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, under the witness of Vietnam’s Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and Vice President of Türkiye Cevdet Yılmaz, Vietnam Airlines and Turkish Airlines signed an agreement to further foster cooperation in the field of air cargo transportation.
Airlines signed an MoU to offer a comprehensive range of benefits for guests travelling between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Türkiye and points beyond
Turkish Airlines has launched its new wholly-owned subsidiary, AJet, which will start operating to the UK from the end of March 2024.
The flag carrier supports archaeological studies carried out in Türkiye with the Prince Mikasa Foundation regarding the preservation of cultural heritage and exchange promotion projects.
A fruitful meeting between Turkish Airlines and China Eastern Airlines took place in China, Shanghai, and a Memorandum of Understanding was signed, marking a significant progress in the relationship between the two valued airlines.
Flying to more countries and international destinations than any other airline, Turkish Airlines hosted the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup Amateur Series at its home place, Istanbul Kemer Golf and Country Club, between the dates of September 23 and 24.
Turkish Airlines announced passenger and cargo traffic results for July with an increase in passenger capacity by 6.7% compared to that of 2022, and total load factor of 85.8% while carrying 8.6 million passengers.
The climate crisis presents great challenges for the aviation industry, and as the global face of Türkiye, Turkish Airlines continues to take great steps in combating climate change.
AnadoluJet, the successful brand of Turkish Airlines, has started flights from İzmir to Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, in line with its goal of connecting Anatolia to the world.
The 2023 research study “TURKEY100 - Türkiye’s Most Valuable Brands” by Brand Finance, an international leading brand valuation organization, has been completed. Turkish Airlines has once again claimed the top spot on the list, just like in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022
Icelandair and Turkish Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement. With this agreement, the two airlines will be providing seamless connections to their customers and expand the number of destinations on both carriers’ networks.