Turkish Airlines (THY)‘s maiden flight to Malaga from Istanbul will be made on April 27 according to THY’s director for Malaga operations.
Boeing and Turkish Airlines have announced the Istanbul-based carrier has exercised options for 15 Next-Generation 737s. Last year the carrier was recognised as offering Europe’s Leading Airline Business Class by the prestigious World Travel Awards.
Turkish Airlines’ 2010 consolidated financial statements were reported to Istanbul Stock Exchange…
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Turkish Airlines has confirmed it will purchase ten Airbus A321s and three A330-200F freighter aircraft as it seeks to expand its international operations. In total the airline – which was last year recognised by the World Travel Awards as offering Europe’s Leading Airline Business Class – has 40 aircraft on order with the manufacturer following deals in 2009 and 2010.
BTN taks to M.Akir Konar, SVP Marketing & Sales, Turkish Airlines at ITB Berlin 2011
On November 1 2010 Turkish Airlines resumed flights from Sabiha Gokcen International Airport located in Asian part of Istanbul to Moscow Domodedovo Airport. The flights will be operated by the airline’s subsidiary – AnadoluJet.
Turkish Airlines has taken delivery of its first 777-300ER aircraft from American manufacturer Boeing, marking a significant milestone for the flag-carrier. The new aircraft will serve as the platform for the introduction of Turkish Airlines’ new Comfort Class cabin for the first time.
Turkish Airlines has given a group of flight attendants six months to slim down or face reassignment to ground positions. The employees, 13 women and 15 men, have been placed on unpaid leave until they lose weight in the first case of its kind for a European carrier.
Ayse Misirli Mirza, Director - Dubai & Sri Lanka, Turkish Airlines
Turkish Airlines has signed an order with Boeing for five 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes valued at $1.36 billion at current list prices.
The Turkish Airlines Boeing 737 that crashed at Schiphol airport last week was running on autopilot, according to initial findings by Dutch investigation officials.The engines then cut out because a faulty altimeter prompted the plane to cut power to its engines, causing it to crash into farmland just short of Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, killing nine people, including the three pilots, and injuring a further 50.