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.
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier of the country, plans to increase flight frequencies to Istanbul from Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah, reinforcing connectivity in response to growing customer demand.
Bringing millions of people from 129 countries of the world together on the skies every year, Turkish Airlines became the official sponsor of the UEFA Champions League, one of the most followed sports competitions in the world.
Operating as an online shopping store under the umbrella of Turkish Airlines since 2014, shopandmiles.com gained a new look both in terms of design and technology with the “New Shop&Miles” experience.
Pratt & Whitney Canada, a business unit of Pratt & Whitney, announces that it has signed an eight-year maintenance and fleet upgrade contract with Turkish Airlines. The contract covers the 82 APS3200 auxiliary power units (APUs) aboard the airline’s Airbus A320 aircraft fleet.
Turkish Airlines and Vietnam Airlines have signed a memorandum of understanding at Farnborough International Airshow to strengthen bilateral cooperation. The deal would cover both passengers and cargo, plus a potential codeshare.
Turkish Airlines has announed that with the lifting of Covid restrictions, flights to Saudi Arabia have resumed to pre-pandemic conditions and Saudi citizens are able to travel to or transit through Turkey again.
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.